Altogether I tried twice yesterday I still don’t know at what time my surgery will occur tomorrow. Tomorrow! Why are they waiting? Don’t they know people have to plan for this? Frustrating.

Along with Bonnie I walked part of last night’s Moonlite trail. We started and ended at Grindhouse Burger on Piedmont. It was cold, and we actually didn’t see many Christmas lights on the “Classy Lights Tour” hash, but getting a little exercise followed by eating half of an Impossible burger was good.

Not much happening in my world today. I will stay warm indoors working, I will try to get some time in on the trainer. I will prepare food that I can eat as leftovers, I will ensure my new crutches are properly configured, and then I will try to get as much sleep as I can in preparation for tomorrow.

Hope you are warm, happy, and healthy.

Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 188.4 pounds (+0.4 from last week’s weigh-in); I’m beefing up for surgery? I need to start getting back out and working the yard.

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5 Responses to 2020-12-08

  1. Steve says:

    A little work on the fence project. More research- techniques. A trip around the grocery.

    45 minutes on the trainer. Interesting to get a continuous readout of watts. Still haven’t gotten my HRM to talk with the other gizmos.

    A half hour in the hot tub gazing at the stars. I’m a happy boy.


  2. Is there anyway to report spam calls to cell numbers? I hate those motherfuckers.

    • ITP Lurker says:

      For $4/month you can use AT&T’s Call Protect service that identifies spam messages. I don’t like giving them more money than I have to, but it sure helps when I see the words Known Spam or Spam Risk come up on the screen. I’m sure other carriers have something similar.

      • Interesting. Normally I simply ignore numbers I don’t recognize but obviously when dealing with companies that need to call you back you sort of have to answer.

        What spurred this was a call I answered that was some recorded bullshit telling me that someone had filed some sort of claim against my social security number, which of course they didn’t identify since they didn’t actually have it, and that by ignoring the call would make me compliant to something or other.

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