Another mundane day, except for the failed efforts of dropping packages at a now non-existent FedEx drop off location, and misguided advice how to fix a new problem at the ITP Estate.
I hemmed and hawed for hours before finally deciding to skip SLUT last night. This weekend is going to prove to be an interesting window on how I feel the state of the country is currently.
Another humid morning, but this time I am headed to the yard for manual labor, aka â€œexerciseâ€.
Have a safe weekend, including as much fun as you feel is advisable. Remain healthy.
I was this close to having to go into the office last night. About 4PM, we lost the power on a 48 port card and since the power was being provided to cameras, it’s a little critical. Fortunately, it wasn’t somewhere like Cash, so no work was impacted. I had my 5PM call, so my partner Sam made the trip. I believe it’s the first time he’s been onsite since we left in March.
Plans to ride 2 wheels this weekend, but little else. I thought last night about a nice dinner tonight (Tomo sushi) and also thought it was time to invest in some gift certificates from them. I still think they are doing take out only so I know they could use the “business”. A bit of a risk, but you have to support local and these folks are worth the risk.
And for those that have today as a holiday, please enjoy. I don’t plan on doing much work, but I am working in my own way!!
Sunday morning silk sheets, anyone?
Steve, Sunday is a Black Sheep day! ðŸ˜‚ðŸ™„
I did finally get out the door to ride to Stone Mountain today.
There’s a new mode of transmission and/or transportation on the Beltline: those infernal scooters are back. I have to question the sanity of whichever boardroom greenlit that idea, but hey, I guess it’s a jobs program for some people. I have yet to see anyone riding the new devices.
I thought the scooters were verboten on the Beltline?
I think there was an intention to prohibit them, but everyone ignored the rules. The detente that was struck is throttling the scooter speed on the Beltline to 8 miles an hour, instead of the 15 mph that they can go. This is accomplished via geo-fencing.
Over two hours of yard work completed, still much more to do but I am making progress.
Have washed clothes and showered, now I am headed to Edgewood Retail District to knock out a few more chores.
Every bit advances the cause!
Thatâ€™s what I keep telling myself. ðŸ™‚
Back from a very busy ERD. I dumped some glass off for recycling, got almost everything on my Loweâ€™s list, dropped three FedEx packages off at Office Depot, and nearly went to Kroger before exhaustion and frustration set in.
Glad I was in the yard at 6:30am today, because it is HOT out sidenow.