Since I started working from home 8 weeks ago, my morning routine has changed. No more gym, reading and writing in the morning instead.
Also, WordPress is impressed with my 10-day posting streak. It’s easy to write about music. But a lazy bullet points post will get me to 11.
(Insert Spinal Tap reference here.)
Saturday mornings have become cinnamon roll mornings. It’s not helping my waistline but it’s a nice way to celebrate the weekend.
The siding guys are done with our house. It looks great and I’m enthused that I will not need to paint the outside of the house again.
I’m thankful that we have local coffee roasters still doing their thing because Walmart-brand coffee isn’t the greatest.
I’m kinda gonna miss the siding guys, though, since the noise and bustle of them working made it not feel so creepily quiet every day.
I bought a Bibliotheca Bible boxed set when they did the kickstarter several years ago. It seemed like a cool idea but I ended up not being a fan of the translation they used and they quickly just started collecting dust on my shelf.
This week somebody on Facebook wanted to buy them. They are like new other than the New Testament volume which has some minor notes I put in the first 5 chapters of Matthew. Oddly enough that person preferred to buy an incomplete set rather than buy a NT volume with a few notes in it.
Going to the post office to mail these books will be the first time I’ve gone anywhere all week.
These bullet points aren’t as random as they should be. It feels like a lazy way to do a partial narrative without any through line. What the heck, it’s 2020, we all deserve some slack.