The Clock Is Wrong

My body is right. 😉

My sleep pattern has been altered by this whole semi-annual clock change thing. Yesterday afternoon I took a hard nap after returning home from laundry and an early dinner to awake to bright sunshine streaming through the rear windows. “Huh, must be almost 6pm” I thought, but according to the clock it was nearly 7pm. Needless to say, I also have not been able to get ready to go to sleep until after midnight now.

Books By The Pound?
One of the interesting things I saw in my Twitter feed yesterday was a post about a new(ish) bookstore in Lawrenceville called Books By The Pound. You are an intelligent woman/man/whatever, I don’t think that I have to explain their business model.

Although purchasing physical books is now a verboten act in my life, I may just take a drive out to Lawrenceville to see how this place looks. These are the off-norm things one can do when one has no job.

Bouncing Back
Still not feeling 100%, but I think I am going to make an effort to visit LA Fitness on this hopefully-last-freezing-day of early 2017.

On my way home from wherever I wind up today I plan to stop into a grocery store and load up on some items needed for meal making. I’ve been doing a crackup job of eating things in my pantry and I’m now to the point were meals can no longer be constructed from the disjoint items remaining in my cupboard.

Tonight I need to crack down on getting some coding done.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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15 Responses to The Clock Is Wrong

  1. Steve says:

    We went to make dinner the other night and were out of Skyline!! I’m surprised I don’t have some sort of alarm system attached to the last can. Fortunately, there was some already opened in the fridge and Debbie wasn’t as hungry as I so it was all mine!!

    Despite the fact I didn’t really feel like working out, I did a bit on the trainer last night- in tights and long sleeves and a polypro vest. The man cave was 51 degrees, so I was a bit overdressed, but not much.

    Trying to get all my paperwork together to work the race in Union City this weekend. Hopefully there won’t be too much rain. I’m only bringing 10 accident forms, so I’ll tell the riders only 10 can crash. That should work.


  2. Stacy says:

    Books by the Pound seems like a pretty bad business idea to me. Books are HEAVY. You don’t think about it if you’re just carrying around one book, but that seriously adds up. I’ll stick to used book stores with a set price, thanks.

    • Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

      I’m not sold either, and the more I think about it the less I want to drive to Lawrenceville.

  3. Barb says:

    I am about 50% sick – got a good cough & just don’t feel well at all.
    So – I did the taxes last night – figured I couldn’t feel worse – right?
    Well – we owe a bunch again, Allan thought he changed his W-4 with the City of Atlanta, but I think he changed it to what it originally was – (just 1, when it needs to be zero). So – he gets to try & deal with the City of Atlanta people again.

  4. Steve says:

    We are dreading the tax man. All Debbie’s gigs are on a 1099 basis. Blech.

  5. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    It came as no surprise that I am getting money back, having virtually zero income since July. However, I somehow owe the State. Harrumph!

  6. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Trying to figure out where to eat lunch. I stopped at my first choice in Kirkwood but it was filled to the gills with some private party. Dangen!

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