Rats, once again I am disappointed with my weekly weigh-in. Oh well, the power of change is in my own hands.

Yesterday I puttered mostly. You’ve read about the pallet I turned into a planter. While coming in from that task there was a FedEx truck parked outside the ITP Estate. I am not expecting anything, so I figured it was not for me, and then I saw the driver walking to my door. 🤔 Turns out “XYZ Corp, Mark II” wants their computer returned, and have sent me a box to do so. Perhaps I will knock it out this week, or perhaps next.

While the weather threatened to wash away Bonnie’s trail yet again, a handful of hardy hashers came out and ran the trail in a bit of rain. Job done!

Today’s original plan was to drive to a laundromat and wash a few weeks’ worth of dirty clothes, but the motivation didn’t exist this morning. I will have to take care of this tomorrow morning — what a great way to start a month!

Instead, I am being lazy at the moment. I’m sure at some point I will muster the motivation to start moving and getting some shit done.

Hope you are remaining happy and healthy.

Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 185.2 pounds (+1.2 from last week’s weigh-in); 🐀🐀🐀

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5 Responses to 2021-08-31

  1. Barb says:

    Nothing exciting going on.
    Lovely rainy day.
    Buying a new wider fence gate, someday when we find a new camper, we will have a wider back gate.
    Next we go over to the in laws to do some sort of garage ceiling repair. (Mary has been complaining about it for a few months. Time to finally fix it)

  2. Popped into WLF to take a look around. The wind has done some damage to plants, but there is little I can do about that. Picked two eggplant, a handful of small tomatoes, a couple of okra (one too large to eat), and two beautiful peppers. The pepper plants are doing very well at the moment. No jalapeños unfortunately, but I’ll eat anything they produce.

    Still an incredible amount of mosquitoes out there as well. They seem to be the thing the thrives the best unfortunately.

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