Settle down, Francis. This is not the major work you are thinking about now.
Today’s plumber visit is to fix one of my 1950s toilets. However, with the plumber on site I will be requesting price quotes to fix the numerous other plumbing woes my house has.
A Day Of Homebody Living, And Cooking
It didn’t take long for me to realize that Saturday was going to be a fairly unproductive day, staying at home for the better part of the day. While lying in bed I was thinking about the chicken I had in the refrigerator that didn’t get used for Wednesday’s potluck lunch. I knew that I would need to do something with it that day.
I started off with the idea of cooking the chicken in a pan, placing the cooked chicken back into the refrigerator for later use. But then I saw the half onion remaining from Wednesday’s lunch, a red bell pepper, the leftover ginger, the leftover ancho chili pepper, and a plan started to hatch.
In addition to aforementioned ingredients I used some leftover chicken stock and some of the tikki masala sauce that was also in the refrigerator.
The oddest part of this whole process was that I wound up eating this for breakfast.
Check Engine? Now What?!?!
On Saturday night I drove over to ITP-Betsy’s to celebrate her birthday with a handful of friends. I believe a good time was had by all, yours truly included.
My evening was ruined on the mile drive home when the Jackmobile’s TCS (Traction Control System) and Check Engine lights came on. When I got into the Jackmobile to drive to work yesterday (which was a total bust) the Check Engine light remained illuminated. With the plumber coming today I will have to show up at work late, and with my plan to leave early enough to make it to Eddie’s Attic for the Rhett Miller (Old 97’s) show, I’ll not have the time to take the Jackmobile to Peach Auto today. Tomorrow I will be driving the Jackmobile to Peach Auto to find out what’s going on; this may be Jack’s Last Stand.
So for the next week I’ll be driving around in a rental, in this case a Fiat 500L. I’ve never felt a car looked and felt fat before, but this Fiat has changed that. I am certain that this will not be my next car.
And If That Weren’t Enough
Today I have to follow up with the City of Atlanta. I discovered on Friday that I have to file paperwork with them, including some documentation that I am not sure that I have because I didn’t think I needed to file it since I was formed as an LLC, in order to dissolve Sharpened Stone. You’d think that they’d get the hint from the State, like the did when I created the LLC and they charged me a penalty for not having a business license with the City, but noooooooo. I just have to keep telling myself that if I follow through on this properly, the painful experiment that was starting my own LLC may be over soon.