On Sunday I found a small honey business which claims to have batches that are from bees who pollinated around East Atlanta. Yesterday I made my first order from Little Bee Project (of course I want to call it “Wee Little Bee Project” hahaha), getting some EAV honey, and some South Beltline honey. I would have ordered some Cabbagetown honey, but that was sold out. Why have I done this? Well, one to support a local, small business. And, two to see if eating locally produced honey really helps with allergies. We’ll see. As an added bonus this business has the option to pick up my order instead of shipping it. Given that they are located less than a mile from the ITP Estate I naturally chose that option.
Yesterday’s venture north if ITP was successful. Day one of a two day survey was fairly quick and painless, and then I kicked around Sandy Springs and Marietta for a few hours before going to Barb’s for a lovely dinner and Survivor viewing with her and Sal.
Today I will return to Sandy Springs to conclude my two day survey, and, do another study with a different company. It’s not a lot of money, but it’s all welcome. I probably won’t be spoiling myself with a new iPhone (yet), but will spend some of my earnings on beer at HobNob with a couple of buddies before I return ITP.
Since I have once again returned to exercising I was hoping to get good news from my scale this morning, but alas, I put on one pound in relation to last week’s weigh-in. I am back in a weight range that makes me unhappy, so harder work is in my future.
Wordle: three, my starter was PLACE
Connections: perfect, Blue > Yellow > Green > Purple