I’m far from “better” but today is not a day for whining about my life.
At least I now know that the haze I have been seeing the past two days is smoke from North Georgia wildfires and not the onset of glaucoma. Unfortunately neither one is good.
I am in Athens finishing up a hotel breakfast (read “free”, or at least “built into the cost of the room”) before heading home.
This trip was not without issue. On the drive over, about twenty miles outside of Athens, the M6’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) came on again. This is the second time it has erroneously illuminated. When I pulled into a gas station and checked the tires all four we equally sufficiently inflated. Ugh. I will be monitoring the monitoring system on my drive home.
The Bob Mould concert at Georgia Theater, and not at 40 Watt as I blogged yesterday, was really good and over by 11pm. The early start/end was good for the geriatrics like me in the crowd. Mould who was a contributor to “30 Days, 30 Song”, songs against Trump (sorry, I slipped up) was full of piss and vinegar last night. The band played an assortment of songs from HÃ¼sker DÃ¼, Sugar, as well as his solo catalog. As an added bonus my hotel was in walking distance to downtown Athens Sinai could drink my sorrows away.
RIP Leonard Cohen.
Many thanks all of US veterans.
UGA has a home game this weekend so I need to get out of Athens before their fans arrive. Gator and Bulldog supporters get along only slightly better than Clinton and Trump supporters. Dammit, I just can’t stop!
Have a great weekend.