- We had strong winds last night and woke up this morning to find the dumpster turned over. Chewie had a fun time dragging the trash over every inch of our property. Did I mention we have ten acres? Never name a puppy Chewie. Every time we say his name, he thinks we're giving him an order. It's the only thing he minds us on.
- On the way to Covington, we noticed a blown over Porta-Potty. So glad I wasn't sitting in that when the winds hit.
- I've decided to
be more conscientiouspay more attention to stuff. I stopped in a gas station to buy a Dr. Pepper a couple days ago, and I made sure to count my change instead of just shoving it in my pocket as usual. I was so proud of myself for being diligent and a good steward that I patted myself on the back all the way to the car. Yup, I left the Dr. Pepper on the counter.
- I got my hearing aid back... three weeks to the day after I dropped it off. Seven to ten days, my foot. And it cost more to fix than my first hearing aid cost, period. But hey, it comes with a six month warranty. Yippee skippy.
- Found a great way to send annoying child to bed on time. I start cleaning house and ask for volunteers. Instant sleepingness. The reason this is not a favored option is that I don't like my part in it.
- There's a dead animal in the chimney, or at least I assume. I can't find it anywhere else and the smell is more or less in that area. In desperation, I'm currently burning that sucker out with sweeper logs. Either it's going to be cinders or the house. One way or the other, the smell will be gone.
- A little hint on decomposing animal smell - Febreeze only goes so far. It really doesn't kill all odor. And candles? They mingle and you get Decomposing Pumpkin Spice. Not pleasant, and I'll never eat pumpkin pie again.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Dits and Toodles
Just a fly-by post today with some tidbits of this week: