End of week, good.

I did a Kroger run on my way home last night and ran into Bonnie there, always a pleasure.

Last night I concocted a zucchini casserole, there seems to a a trend in my cooking of late, it was good but my insistence to use all of my ingredients caused me to have to overcook it.

Struggling with my body, hoping that all gets rectified, as best as possible, in the nearish future.

Though it is supposed to be raining, I am looking forward to seeing some of my old cohorts at a Trees Atlanta plant tomorrow. It’s been a very long time since I last volunteered, and this is a special “Old Timers Day” edition of planting.

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15 Responses to 2019-11-22

  1. Bonnie says:

    What Paulie didn’t mention was that he ran into me and I had a new short haircut. It’s fine, perhaps not quite as “expertly cut” as I hoped and a little too short. I let the stylist do what she thought would work for me. But like Barb said, hair will grow back. I hope. (I’ve got my own list of bodily issues that I need to get checked out…)

    Going over to Coffee Bean’s this morning to help him with something on Facebook. If the weather is nice this afternoon I may get outside and exercise, but chores may prevail since I’ve got a pretty full weekend.

    • I have a feeling there will be a funny story created by your visit to Bean’s. Oh, beware of the Bean Headlock! 😂

      • barb says:

        yes – beware of the headlock!
        washing my hair is weird- I have so much less hair!
        I’ll get used to it – but I need to spend more time on it – all the layers are making it wavier/curlier – I need to try to control it some.

  2. Bonnie says:

    But the short hair feels sooooooo good on my head! So light! So easy to brush! 🙂

  3. HamWithCam says:

    ITP Hive Mind:
    I’d appreciate recommendations for sourcing replacement bicycle tires for my 10+year-old REI-ish (K2) mountain bike.

    Fully 9o% of any riding I’ll do will be on (hazard fraught) pavement, but I’d like the option of knowing if I go “off-road” (John make joke), like unopened Beltline sections, etc. then I could. No actual dirt, unless I just have to.

    A decent photo of my “mighty steed”:

    Current tire size is 26 x 1.95″, tire maker = “Kenda”, kind of hybrid street/trail.

    So where can I get a good deal (I don’t mind ordering online or sourcing locally) for replacement tires/tubes? I’d like to keep the cost of 2 x tires + 2 x replacement tubes under $50-60, $75 tops. For less hassle, I’m will to pay additional for mounting, etc if I go local.

    Many thanks es 73 de JG/HamWithCam

  4. It’s Friday and no Black Sheep start posted yet? Strange. I’m hoping one gets posted, and that I will be capable of participating.

  5. Steve says:

    Shop local! Go down to L5P and see Outback Bikes. They can fix you up.

  6. Jamming to Mikal Cronin in preparation for his show at The EARL on Monday night.

    I know. I know, you’ve never heard of a Mikal Cronin. That’s fine. I actually had a concert ticket to see him in Portland, but chose to hang out with the hashers at InterAm instead, and I saw him open for Father John Misty a few years ago over in Athens. I haven’t been this stoked for a show in a couple of years, so NOTHING better keep me from going.

  7. barb says:

    oh- and everyone keep your fingers crossed -out bench seating is supposed to be done & installed on SUNDAY. Nothing like going down to the wire to have it done by the time my parents get here.

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