Every day, a photograph, a poem. Today I continue my “small poems about small things” journey. These little binders in all sizes do so much more than bind photos and documents together. They come in handy for a quick fix for many little problems.
When my granddaughter painted one of our sycamore leaves as a fairy, the binder held it gently as a hook to hang on the wall.
When the picture frame fell [a cat story] and broke, I grabbed three binders and clipped the unbroken glass, picture, and backing together and hung it back up, waiting for the new frame.
When my curtains hung too long behind the desk, I folded them up and used large binders to hold the new binder-held hem— that no one can see. That sewing job may never happen. 🙂
I learned inventive solutions from my dad, who had a knack for a quick solution, waiting until after the fishing trip to finish the fix. Sure. 🙂
In spring held grip
Closed the pistachio bag
Hook to hang grandkid painted leaves
Clip and hook holding broken picture frame
1145 days of posts in a row
For a bit on the writing process, see What Else Binder
Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart