I chored hard yesterday, and it shows. Perhaps my weight this morning doesn’t reflect my laboring, but WLF certainly does. I tried hard to stay focused, not letting the presence of two squirrels, nor the damage to the farm which was caused by such critters, distract me. Yesterday I was able to construct and erect my new plastic greenhouse, more like a green shed, actually more like a green tent, in which I will start sowing seeds soon. I was also able to dig enough red clay to get my new raised garden bed in place, as close to level as my OCD will accept. There are always more chores on the farm, some of which I will attempt this afternoon.
Last night I ran the Moonlite Hash, all 3.25 miles of it. The end was Flat Iron, but I didn’t stay. For the first time in two years my decision not to stay indoors was not driven by COVID, but by the fact that the place was crowded, loud, and there was no place to sit. Pity we didn’t go to Midway, which would have been my choice, because it appeared that their “outdoor” seating was empty last night.
This morning I will be driving to John’s Creek for my first visit to Curion up there. It’s only a $40 payout, which I will probably have spent by the time I return to the ITP Estate.
I almost hit a big payout $175 for two days at Jackson Associates yesterday, but I know that I am unavailable on the two days of the survey. I know the payout for this miss, because Bonnie got into the survey; the rich keep getting richer. 😛
Tonight is my home alone. I will probably make life easy and bake a frozen pizza for dinner while I watch my shows.
Hope you are feeling well and happy.
Tuesday Tale of the Tape: 187.6 pounds (+0.8 from last week’s weigh-in); rats