I had a long list of things to do yesterday and I managed to cross off every single one! There are many, many things that need to be done that weren't even on the list, but I'll take my successes where I can get 'em.
Krispy Kreme gift certificates
Christmas lights outside
Restaurant gift certificate
Install & hook up scanner
There's a marketing firm in the area that occasionally calls me for testing products. Man, I love getting paid to give my opinion!
The Saturn dealer was right around the corner -- I didn't have an appointment, but I needed to get an oil change. They said it would take an hour or so. There's an antique mall right next door, so I went and poked around for a while. I hadn't been to that particular one (it's huge and overwhelming and I've heard such bad reports about quality of merchandise) in probably 10 years. I was pleasantly surprised; the light seemed better and, at least in the half that I saw, stuff was good. I managed to find a book for the hubster (Christmas) and a small sewing stand to add to my Christmas list. I need another sewing stand/small table like I need a hole in the head.
There is an internet kiosk at the Saturn dealer and, while I had a few minutes to wait, I thought I'd check some blogs. I didn't have a problem getting to my own, but the "inappropriate content" filter would not let me check on the Harlot or PurlingSwine. I knew better than to even try Norma -- with her mouth?
Since our old computer died, we've been without a scanner. It's a 12-year-old SCSI model and I was just not looking forward to installing it in the new computer. Kudos to HP and others for making it easier to do-it-yourself these days. You could have knocked me over with a feather -- I installed the card and software, hooked up the scanner, and it worked right off the bat! Woohoo!
I took care, given the physical ailments, but had to finish the pink thrummed mittens last night! I made Mdd wait, even though she wanted to go to bed, so I could get a picture. Ack. I forgot to send it (and all the others I took yesterday). Thanks for your kind wishes; my hands, wrist and arm are a lot better this morning.