and I didn’t even know it. I had an e-mail from merm (actually, several of them) that the server had been hacked and he was in the process of clearing it of the virus. Why do people have little enough to do that they have to stoop that low to entertain themselves? DON’T GET ME STARTED!
I had so much to do this morning (and this afternoon) that I didn’t have time to exercise.
There was a clap of thunder and it started pouring rain while I was having my Quiet Time. Not very quiet but a welcome noise.
My Chocolate Day Raw Food
22 ozzies OJ
32 ozzies banana/blueberry/spinach smoothie
4 satsumas (I had five but I gave 1 to my friend)
A bite of kim chee
2 Bubbies pickles
24 ozzies banana/romaine/red leaf smoothie
Large salad of red leaf lettuce, red onion, cucumber, kelp noodles, dressed with EVOO & lime juice dressing
I left for work with no food in my stomach. I had to be fasting for my blood work. What with all the tests that were ordered, four vials were taken. That OJ really tasted good going down.
It was bank and post office day again (except this afternoon) and I could see me having to wrestle with the mail tray and an umbrella. Mercifully, there was a short period when the rain stopped and I was able to go to the bank, get the mail, and carry it in. There wasn’t much of it which was a good thing.
After I got back to the office and worked on the Dreaded Schedule, visited my friend, and corrected a fraction of the errors in the State Data (it’s that time again), I asked to leave early and I was told I could. I still had a few loose ends to tie up. I’d checked the DHL web site and lo and behold! my noodles were in Atlanta with a delivery date of 12/31. I’d signed up for e-mail updates and here came a flood of them. Well, not exactly a flood but more than a trickle. From Atlanta, they made their way north and before I knew it, they were out for delivery. The registrar at front window called out, “Tommie! You have a package!” Sure enough, there it was and I was so relieved. I would have had to go from the Honda place back home and then to work to pick them up if there had been a Monday delivery date.
It had commenced to rain but slacked off when I was ready to load the car. Someone was on my side. I got everything in, drove to my son’s place, and had all sorts of help unloading before it started again.
We had our Christmas gift exchange (I got a $25 gift certificate for the university supermarket), played Jenga, and I ate my salad. My niece called to find out why I wasn’t answering my phone at home and discovered I was here at my son’s. Her daughter will be baptized tomorrow and my sister wanted to make sure I knew we were to get together to eat lunch after church. I’ll go prepared.
It’s going on 10 o’clock and I need to get to bed. A Happy Sabbath to all and to all a good night!