I started eating a new cereal with fiber, well, because fiber, and the description of the elements of the cereal seem to acknowledge that the only reason to eat this is because of the fiber. It has flakes, crunchy nuggets, and crispy bran twigs. There’s no need to hide the fact that the cereal basically contains parts of a tree. It also tastes about as you’d expect.
It wasn’t quite a clown car of COVID, but today we got tests for three people at the same time while we sat in the drive-through of CVS.
There were smashed watermelons on the side of the interstate, along with tire tracks in the grass. The truck hauling them must have tipped over, but they left the melons after the clean up.
I took an Uber to the airport to pick up a rental and the exit off the highway seemed different. I asked the driver if it changed. He said, yup. There were two exits before, one to the airport and the other was the same road, but going away from the airport. Now there’s one exit and you can go left or right. It’s been a while.
The sun did indeed come up today. I opened the door and looked outside to be sure.
After spending time with my mother, who takes medication after breakfast and after dinner, I had to reset my medication timer because I came home to our cat who gets her medicine in the afternoon.
My dryer has a setting that lets you choose less dry / dry / more dry. The point of a clothes dryer is to dry your clothes. The standard dry setting does that. And I understand less dry. It can leave clothes just the slightest bit damp, but it limits the overall heat applied to your clothes. But more dry does not make any sense to me. Once clothes are dry they are dry. They cannot get more dry.
I have let my hair grow long in the pandemic, and I have also grown a beard. My phone’s Face ID has trouble recognizing me.
A FedEx driver ran across the street in front of an Amazon Prime delivery van. That’s not a position I would put myself in.
Life would be so much easier to plan for if you only knew what was going to happen.