Way gray day. May stay gray. Today okay? No way, too gray! Can’t stay to play. I’m away. Good day.
Diced Spam and potatoes coupled with toast and eggs made a right tasty brunch. Just stoaking our biomass furnaces for spending the day in the truck.
This is what I hear whenever I call our banking institution. “Your call is very important to us. We are currently experiencing longer than normal wait times. Please remain on the line for the next available Asian Thank you for holding. Please remain on the line and your call will be answered by the next available Asian. I know. I know! They must be saying “agent”. Every time I call I listen closely for them to say “agent”. But Every time I hear “Asian”. This is the same bank that, when I use the online app, it asks if I want savings or checkin. So, maybe it really is the next available Asian.
This was our first stop for the day. It really had little or nothing to do with the church. This is where we were able to pick up fresh produce like apples, tangerines, zucchini, sweet potatoes. bell peppers, romaine lettuce,and celery.
It was about 1:30 when we stopped at Burger King and Taco Bell. Tom wanted a burger and fries.
Ella wanted a taco pizza from Taco Bell. But surprise surprise! They no longer have taco pizza on the menu. Man it has been tough on Ella. First IHOP no longer has Stuffed French Toast. Now, no taco pizza.
Here we are, at Leander Church of Christ, in line with the other 55+ senior people to pickup non perishable food such as canned fruits, vegetables, and tuna. So much tuna!
Next stop was Wal-Mart to purchase more food. I think we are good for a while.
The headline reads, “DNI Nominee Avril Haines: “Intelligence is no place for politics, ever” I believe the opposite is also true. Politics is no no place to intelligence, ever. Of course, I’m only judging over the last 70 years. Things could have been different way-back-when.
We made a stop here to check on price and availability of an apartment. They were outside our price range.
It was slightly after five o’clock when we returned home. I got everything carried in. Then came the sorting: keep, share with neighbors, or donate to Operation Liberty Hill. By six fifteen we could retire to our recliners.
By the way – there was no sunset – just rain.
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