It’s Thursday morning and I don’t have much to say, so I will bang out a hello before getting ready to drive to College Park for my MRI.

Last night I freestyled a little too much on a zucchini casserole recipe and essentially made a baked bread salad tossed with some (partially undercooked) vegetables. Oops. At least I am the only one eating it, and I love bread so there is that.

I am trying to remain positive that things will turn out for the best.

Hope all is going well in your world.

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8 Responses to 2020-11-05

  1. Steve says:

    A reasonably quiet day. Tried to stay away from results watching, as it will still take time. Perhaps later today there will be a winner. Spent some quality time on the tractor and made Skyline for dinner.

    Got a call yesterday from the auto parts place. Apparently, the ran the credit for the battery exchange as a charge! Oops.

    Debbie has her shoot today in the newly built out studio space. I hope our efforts to make it sound less like an aircraft hanger work out.

    Happy MRI!


  2. Bonnie says:

    Willow cat and I just got home from a vet checkup regarding her recent dental cleaning. She is purr-fect.

  3. Back from my MRI; waiting for results.

    Along the way back from College Park I made a stop at an H-Mart supermarket (Bonnie, this will be a destination one day), and Kroger to get gas for the weekend. Are we experiencing a paper towel shortage? There were now at Aldi the other day, and Kroger had very few packages on the shelves.

    I M really good at spending money…

    • ITP Lurker says:

      Paper towels have been in short supply during the pandemic. Toilet paper as well. Demand is far outstripping supply. It’s the side effects of manufacturers and stores using a “just-in-time” fulfillment mentality. The system can’t handle the spike in demand caused by everyone living at home practically 24×7 and likely using far more paper towels than ever before.

      In short, if you see paper towels in stock grab ’em while you can.

      • Bonnie says:

        Huh. While they were certainly sold out earlier in the pandemic, it seems pretty close to normal to me. But, that may be at the “disgusting” locales that I choose to shop at. 😉 It does seem Publix isn’t usually as stocked up. 🙂

    • Interesting. Over the past few years I’ve been trying to reduce my use of paper towels, so I rarely buy them. I am on my final roll and committed to bring some to the camping weekend, hence my need to buy this week. I bought a package of six rolls, so I am set for awhile.

  4. Steve says:

    Hope the MRI shows an easy fix.

    I guess we really should reduce our use of paper towels. We frequently use them instead of plates, which I guess is a waste and not ecco friendly.

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