It’s good that I rarely have free access to Krispy Kreme doughnuts because I have discovered that I can freeze the non-Creme-filled ones, and bring them back to warm-goodness using a microwave oven. 😋
Last night’s trail was a lot of fun, a little more than four miles and ending at Milltown Arms Tavern in Cabbagetown. There was a moment that I was FRB (having knowledge of the end helped 😉) and another moment or two where I was doing something called “running”, albeit it slowly. I accidentally ordered a real-meat hamburger last night because I was told that there Impossible Burgers were frozen and would take some time to prepare, and I thought I was ordering a mushroom and Swiss cheese sandwich, but instead ordered a mushroom and Swiss cheese hamburger.
I wish that I could say something nice about last night’s football game, but I can’t think of anything nice to say.
Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 213.6 pounds (-1.2 from last week’s weigh-in); the scale says “better”, the pants say “still a lot of work to do”.
On Saturday Bonnie and I rode mountain bikes on the Southside and Westside Beltline trails, as well along the Lionel Hampton Trail. As you do, we treated ourselves to a beer at the newly-opened Wild Heaven Brewery on the way back home.
Yesterday was a Black Sheep day!
Tonight is Bonnie’s (aka Glory Mole) first solo haring. She’s starting from the new Publix on Memorial (at Bill Kennedy) and I am looking forward to seeing what she has up her sleeves.
Friday the 13th!
In a rare display of generosity toward my “XYZ Corp” coworkers I brought in some Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Funny though, because I already had breakfast food in the office, I might not eat one.
While buying wine at Kroger yesterday the cashier told me that I did not look my age. I used to immediately take this to mean that I looked younger than my age, but with all of the gray in my beard and mustache can I still make this assumption?
Very low-key evening for me last night, the highlight of which was free-styling a Thai dish in the Instant Pot.
Today I’ll start my day with a hike to the Amazon Store and Whole Foods. I have Amazon purchases at both places that need to be picked up.
As always today, September 11th, is a somber day for many. Eighteen years have passed since the life-altering events that took place in our country. Never forget; embrace the day.
It’s Apple iPhone Announcement Day; I miss the years when this was a highly-anticipated event.
Good time spent with Bonnie last night as we checked out places for her trail next Monday night.
Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 215.0 pounds (oh boy, 😢) (+2.8 from last week’s weigh-in); I’m doing something, if not many things, wrong. 🐀🐀🐀
Thanks to the Georgia DOT’s lane changes/closures I am constantly frustrated driving through Decatur now. It may be time for me to stop driving through/to Decatur, and essentially boycotting all its businesses.
I saw a fine, if not minimalistic, performance of “Our Town” last night. Is that always the case for this play? I somehow feel that it is.
Perhaps the best thing I saw last night occurred prior to the performance when I witnessed Theatrical Outfit’s Artistic Director Tom Key outside the theater picking up garbage. Bravo, sir. Bravo!
Dressed for ultra-casual Friday, wearing shorts and a t-shirt at work, today since I might be hoofing it to the Amazon storefront on 5th Street at lunch. I feared my package may be too large for the lockers at Whole Foods, so I’m picking it up on 5th instead.
Have a great weekend all.
Sitting outside the Waschsalon waiting for it to open. I’m not the only one, the attendant appears to be waiting for the keys.
I want to go to SLUT tonight, but because I failed to change my theater ticket for tonight’s performance of “Our Town” at Theatrical Outfit, I’ll be going there instead.
I have nothing worth sharing today.