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Day of Rest
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It didn't start out to be a day of rest. I got to WalMart fairly early to do the shopping for the week. I've finally gotten sufficiently organized that I'm not going by there every two or three days. (It's amazing what having a Life--regular job-type activity--does for household-stuff efficiency.) It will probably be a day or two before I've unloaded everything from the car, but that's another story.

Once home, I had a bit of lunch. And, of course, I picked up the book I'd started yesterday. I got "into" it fairly easily, but then my eyelids got heavy. When I woke up I went back to reading. I just finished it. Title? Dead Man's Bones, by Susan Wittig Albert. She's written a lot of China Bayles mysteries. China is a former hot shot defense attorney who got out of the rat race and moved to a small Texas town where she opened an herb store. In real life Susan Wittig was dean of Newcomb College. I keep running across her name as I process archives. I shall take the book in to work on Tuesday and give it to the librarian.

I looked at my to-do list several times, but figured that nothing on it was really urgent. It was warm (hot) enough today that my furnace fan kept cycling on. The third time it did it I gave up and turned off the furnace pilot. The odds are very good that there will be a cool spell where I either light the pilot again, or think about lighting it and then get a sweater and afghan. This is really early for shutting down the furnace.

This evening I shall continue "resting" while I watch TV and read some more in Maureen Dowd's Are Men Necessary?. I'll tackle the to-do list tomorrow. I'm a firm believer in procrastination.

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