Welcome, family and friends, to Our Daily Journal, a remembrance for us and a point of connection for you.
Before sunrise and already 80°. That doesn’t bode well for the communing day
Waiting for Yajaira (yah-hi-ra) to complete inputting all of the data so that my truck can be licensed in Texas.
- A sign of the times. Ink pens used once and then isolated until they can be sanitized and returned to active duty.
The collected cans from the Sunday afternoon drop of. Testing comfortably in the back of the truck awaiting crushing and transporting to the aluminum reclamation center.
- We had two large bags and two small bags that needed tabs removed and the cans crushed. Ella was working on those when I returned home. She had also been in the shed working. I sat down outside and crushed one large bag of cans before stopping to affix the license plates. We cooled down a little, inside. Then finished the last of the cans.
- Rudolf the red nose pickup is officially a Texas truck. The next step is to get our Texas drivers licenses.
- We were too hot to be hungry. So, for lunch we had mac and cheese, hot dogs, and mixed veggies. I slaved over a hot instapot and microwave for minutes.
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- God bless and g’day.
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