Today’s planned wiring has been can­celed, due to me hav­ing a pain flare and curiousmay9 being indis­posed, as well. I’m hop­ing I’ll get enough bet­ter to go to the PSE meet-n-greet tonight, though. We have to dri­ve shad­owkatt across town for deliv­ery to grand­par­ents any­way, so we might as well try, right?

We did pick up the spool of wire—thank you, dwi­vian and elf­girl!

I did­n’t know there was any mys­tery to it, but I sup­pose that’s sci­en­tists for you.
Sci­en­tists dis­cov­er ‘the point’ of grannies — that sto­ry is gone, so have anoth­er link for it: https://phys.org/news/2021–11-science-grannies-good.html

Un-elec­tric fridge

Has any­one tried this? They offer books on CD through Net­Flix-like deal.

Oh—in case you haven’t heard of it, Men­tu­ra is sim­i­lar to Net­Flix but offers a lot more edu­ca­tion­al/non-fic­tion selections.

Since I don’t feel like I can write much that will actu­al­ly be coher­ent, here’s the Top Ten Ways to Know Your Brain is Affect­ed by Fibromyalgia

1) You con­fuse your right arm with your left leg.
2) You dis­cov­er four­teen dif­fer­ent routes home from work, when in actu­al­i­ty there are only two. This one is espe­cial­ly apt for me, as I’ve got­ten utter­ly dis­ori­ent­ed sev­er­al times in the last week while dri­ving routes that I’ve dri­ven innu­mer­able times in the past.
2) You avoid sal­ad bars because too many deci­sions are involved.
4) Pre-school­ers chal­lenge you to chess games.
5) The nation­al weath­er fore­cast issues a fog warn­ing in your brain.
6) You get dis­tract­ed by clouds while driving.
7) Peo­ple seem more inter­est­ed in talk­ing to your pets than to you.
8) You write your­self dai­ly reminders that read, “don’t for­get to breathe, eat, and sleep today.”
9) You con­sis­tent­ly lose mem­o­ry games played with your two-year-old son.
10) You’ve made mis­takes on your last fifty checks written.

From Laugh at Your Mus­cles by Mark J. Pel­le­gri­no, MD.

Cur­rent Mood: 😴grog­gy
Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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