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. . . and I took advantage of that. Ran into a couple of "regulars," but otherwise business there was slow, at least on the inside. They have a drive-up window from which most of its orders seem to be the complicated, time-consuming "fancy" drinks. And there was only one person working this afternoon.

One of the regulars there was a woman who tutors grade school children--at the coffee shop. It's a convenient location for her and her students and seems to work quite well. Wonder where she will go for classes.

At one point in time I did tutoring (high school math), but it was at my home. Come to think of it, for one student it was at her home, but I tacked extra on to the hourly rate for that. It would have been much easier had there been coffee shops then.

I did accomplish one household kind of thing--I went through my sweaters and knit tops and pulled out a bunch that I haven't worn in ages.

They are now bagged up in twos or threes and listed on freecycle. After Katrina I did a similar cleanout and put three turtleneck tops up on the board. A woman from a nearby subdivision snapped them up and later said that they had saved her from having to wear one of her husband's old t-shirts to his birthday dinner.

So, another day is almost gone. I've fed my little people with fangs and fur and they are giving themselves the traditional post-meal bath--which comes right before the post-meal nap.

If they've had hunting success today they haven't brought me souvenits.

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