Another wet day, slightly cooler, may change as the day goes on. No one knows. Yesterday ended with light rain, some thunder, and then nothing for the rest of the night. It was a little bit cooler, so that was nice.
I did auction stuff most of the day. I also bought the cams for my client, along with a replacement switch, and surge suppressors for the ethernet lines to the outdoor cams. Maybe they’ll help, maybe not, but they are relatively cheap at $12 each, so worth a try.
Today I might head out there, I might not. D2 has a camp physical scheduled for the middle of the morning, and swim practice at 5pm, so that means I start late, and finish early. Still might be worth getting out there. Or I could wait another day and maybe some of the cams will be here too. There is value in ‘showing the flag’ and I do get paid for each visit. I do try to make the visits COUNT though.
I’m sure I can fill my day with something…
Maybe I should do some shopping. I moved a bunch of chicken to the BOL, so I have room in the freezers here. Pork looked like it was headed down on my last store trip. I’m fine with picking up shoulder, loin, or ribs if they’re cheap. I should also replace the cans that were damaged when the fruit cans ruptured. I’d prefer to do that when they are on sale, but IDK if waiting is a good idea. There is always the tension between buying when the stuff is available, and hoping that the price will be lower later. Most of the cans I bought for around $1 each, and they are almost double that now. I’m not confident that they will ever go on sale again… although the irregular and unofficial sale rotation should be hitting canned veg in a week or two at my local HEB.
Shopping regularly and having a feel for what goes on sale and when can help you stock up for less, and economize even during normal times. Supply chain issues and a worsening economy can disrupt that though, and sometimes it best to buy it when you see it.
I guess we’ll see.
If you see stuff you buy on sale, stack it up.