Still trying to figure out how to get the irrigation and swelling in my left eyelid to subside.

Last night I “ran” for the first time in six weeks. Even in the best of recent times my running is slow, so the fact that I shuffled along and walked some during the Moonlite hash didn’t bother me. We ended up sitting in The EARL’s parking lot for our On-In.

Not much on my agenda for today. It’s now almost 8am so I am going to finish this post now.

Have a great day everyone.

Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 189.6 pounds (+0.8 from last week’s weigh-in); bummer, but not horrible.

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13 Responses to 2020-09-29

  1. Bonnie says:

    You’re doing great. 🙂 My weigh-in was unfavorable.

  2. Steve says:

    A pretty slow day yesterday. I was still feeling puny and took the afternoon off. Better today, though the arm is still sore where I got the shot.

    I had to call Ga Power yesterday, as my 811 (call before you dig) request had been marked “overhead lines”. I told the nice lady I had a big green power box that I was pretty sure not overhead and she laughed. The big yellow machines are getting closer, so hopefully they will actually mark the lines.

    Got a ping from Linked In that Sue Hintze (Can’t Say No)was celebrating 18 years at her job!! WTF, can that be right? Moved to Colorado 18 years ago??? How time flies.


  3. Barb says:

    I decided to call in sick today, I just needed a day away from that place.
    It’s just been too much, so bus6 with no end in sight.
    We will run some errands, and just goof off.

  4. Barb says:

    It’s car in the shop week. Allan finally got his airbags replaced yesterday, Subaru has no idea why my car is Burning oil, I get to go back in 2000 miles. Now the truck is going to get an oil change & the brakes looked at.

    Besides that, nothing exciting going on for us.

    • Sucks about your cars. You have reminded me that the next time I get into the M6 I need to reset the TPMS system so it won’t beep every time I start the car.

    • Bob says:

      Car expenses are fun, I just dropped $400 on my truck because the adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance systems were fighting and would sometimes slam on the brakes as I passed a truck on the highway. Good times.

      • Geez, that’s a bit frightening. Hope that is taken care of for good.

      • Steve says:

        When we drove to Florida in May, we had a Nissan with that adaptive cruise control. After I figured out how to work with it, it wasn’t so bad. I have driven Fords that left far too much space (for my taste) between cars when it stopped “cruising”. Annoying.

        • Bob says:

          I love adaptive cruise! My truck can adjust the gap it leaves too which is really nice. Closer for everyday and further away when towing the camper. I can drive for hours and not touch the pedals.

          And yes, the first time it happened it scared the shit out of me. Problem was it didn’t happen with every truck, only certain types. Dump trucks seemed to trip it most often but it was mostly random. Hopefully they fixed it.

  5. Barb says:

    Because we can, we are at Honda looking at CRVs. Of course the color I want isn’t available in the AWD. But, it is if I want theHybrid, it is. Such decisions
    We don’t need anew car, but I think Allan’s truck needs to rest. We need it to last a few more years.

  6. Steve says:

    …and end of the month/quarter, they might to a little dealing.

    • Barb says:

      Price isnt too bad, thought if we left, maybe they will give us a better price?
      We want AWD, they don’t have the color I want in the regular car, but do have it in the hybrid. Such decisions

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