A day in the life.

Yesterday was actually spent at work.

Big Screen

Today, back home. Setting up new gizmos and gadgets.

Little Screens

Yes, my work phone is now my house, work phone. And it rang promptly at 8 am. And again at about 4 PM. I guess somebody is checking up on me. Since my work phone is now at home, what will I use when I am in the office.

Watching sewer tapes. Both of my kids, in their younger days, spent hours watching sewer tapes.

Looking for side sewer connections

Signing paperwork with much less angst that there should have been. Maybe fried chicken had something to do with it.

Not enough productive work.  Work, just not enough checked off the list.

Finally got a walk in after work. The Halloween decorations are sprouting all over the neighborhood. I think people are spending more time at home and in their yards. Spider webs seem to be a popular theme. Followed closely by gravestones. No pictures yet, maybe between now and Halloween.

I only watched the debate for a few minutes. With the sound off. But it still looked like the T was interrupting. Just a few weeks more.

4 Responses to “A day in the life.”

  1. RegenAxe Says:

    Watching those dirty movies again! While you say you’re “working”. Well, that just smells like government corruption.

    Just kidding… Love you, sis.

  2. Margaret Grieve-Fent Says:

    Sewer tapes? Hmm. I see many more Halloween decorations too, some extremely extreme. 🙂

    • raincharm Says:

      Watching flow in sewer mains, from videos taken from inside the pipe. I was looking to see where side sewer connections for houses were located.
      And our decorations are now floating upstairs to be displayed. Crows, a few heavy paper articulated skeletons and one very old ghost. Carl is currently making origami boxes to put candy into, to pitch to the trick-or-treaters.

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