The highlight of my activity yesterday was spending two hours discussing the merits and drawbacks of packaging for Schlage lock sets. For my two hours of expert insight I earned a crisp $100 bill.
I was all hot to spend my new-found money when I realized how badly I’d underdressed for the weather conditions. Thinking the day was going to be wet, but not necessarily cold, I wore a long-sleeved flannel shirt and my light raincoat. Neither of these were sufficient at defending my body from the cold, so instead of being bad I was good and drove straight home.
In an effort to consume previously-purchased food/beverages my dinner consisted of some bread I made recently, the vacuum-packed andouille sausage leftover from when I made jambalaya a few weeks ago, and the last of the growler of beer that I opened at Sunday’s hockey game. It was peasant food indeed, but it was my peasant food so I enjoyed it.
With a few hours of waking time ahead of me I did what all American forty-nine-year-old-teenagers do these days, I watched television on my iPad, read email, and scanned Twitter. I have no idea at what time my eyes shut and I was asleep.
The highlight of my day today should be receiving my new eyeglasses from Warby Parker. It seems like an eternity since I went into the Buckhead location and ordered two sets of new glasses, but in reality it’s been fewer than two weeks.
That’s all I have.
I told you that it’s been a fairly boring week.