I’d be great if that were how much I rode last night. But nooooooooo, that’s the length of time that I spent in the M6 driving (rather slowly) to where I had determined that I wanted to ride. Suffice to say that when I arrived home I was completely pissed off and that it was too late for me to comfortably start a ride.
The worst part was that I had already eaten with the thought of getting in at least twenty miles.
Sometimes I hate Atlanta.
I suppose it’s time for me to start running again — at least I can do that from almost anywhere without concern about traffic.
Dang You Amazon!
A few weeks after I received my refurbished Kindle, complete with one white, constantly-on (“hot”) pixel, Amazon has put the Paperwhite on sale. I certainly would have spent $99 for a new one instead of $89 for a refurbished one.
I also read on the internet (so it must be true) that Amazon has removed the capability for third-party authors to email their books to your Kindle. It’s another reminder that we never actually own eBooks on Kindles (or Kindle apps), we’re merely renting them from Amazon.
Waiting Out Traffic Again
I was awake from 3:30-4:45 this morning, coding because I had clarity of mind. I also had the clarity of mind to open my one window that opens, as well as the sliding deck door, and stick box fans in each to pull in the cool air from outside. In about an hour I dropped the temperature inside the house by 4°F.
I fell back asleep a little before my first alarm was to sound, and then again after I squelched the second one thirty minutes later. Subsequently I made my (figurative) bed and am currently waiting out the morning traffic before I go into the office. Sometimes it’s quite beneficial to be able to work from home.
Packed And Ready To Hoe
Oh wait a minute, we’ll be laying sod, not hoeing.
Depending on traffic I plan to arrive somewhere in the neighborhood of 5:15pm tonight. I will have manual labor clothes on, a good attitude, and a want for exercise followed by Mexican eats.
Looking forward to working/relaxing tonight before starting my three-day weekend.