Cold, but I don’t know yet how cold it will get, or how cold it got. It was 35F when I went to bed. It is supposed to be clear today anyway, and tomorrow as well.
Mostly spent yesterday poking at things. I did get to the grocery store, and noted in comments that there were big gaps in the shelves in several areas. Cat food and cold and flu OTC meds being the most prominent.
Today should be more auction and ebay stuff. If the weather stays clear I’ll go to my storage unit and clean and sort. If not, I’ll do some more ebay stuff here at the house. I’ve got stuff to test and clean and list. Last night I had stuff sell in the auction by the guy who changed his mind about taking all of my stuff. I think I did well with LPs and with books, of all things. There were a couple of collectibles that didn’t do badly, and there was some stuff that sold for $1, but at least it’s gone.
I hope he’ll be happy and take another load right away.
This afternoon and evening, my wife and D2 will be joined by the rest of her troop and they’ll be off to GS camp for a Gymkana, whatever that is. The hope is sports on horseback, and related to horses. Hard to be sure from the GS description. Friday and Saturday night away, home Sunday afternoon. That leaves me with D1 and a bunch of work to do. We’ll see how that goes. Cookie season is in a week or two, so the last bits have to be out of the house to make way. Of course that was supposed to have already happened, but … plans vs reality.
While I was at the grocery, I did add a flat of canned peas to the stacks, 6 pounds of bacon, and some pork chops and loin. Beef was in short supply and none was on sale. A little voice keeps poking me to add alternatives to fresh milk. I have a bunch of Lido powdered full fat, and we don’t use as much as we did a year ago, but I think I’ll add more. It keeps fairly well. I should open an old can and see how it’s doing. For science or something. But seriously, when I get little pokes from the universe like I’ve been getting about the milk, I ignore it at my peril. YMMV but I’ll be checking the old and adding some new.
Anyone else getting weird vibes or feel short of something?
If you do, stack it up.
BTW, I’ve now been doing this officially for 4 years ( a bit longer if you count the days I was just filling in for Bob while he was sick), without missing a day that I can remember. Some days the end product was pretty weak, but at least the lights were on and the door unlocked. All y’all are the reason I do it, to keep this unique thing that Bob built alive. Thanks for sticking around and making this place somewhere I enjoy spending my time. And thank you Barbara for letting us, and Rick for making it all work. We’ve got a rocky road ahead, but we’re all better prepared for it than we were, and we will get through it.