Tuesday, January 27, 2004

It's just started raining, which is very nice. I can't say I haven't enjoyed sunbathing in January over the past few days, but I'm a big fan of the rain. On my way home it started just enough to make me turn my windshield wipers on. In Oregon we would call this a dry spell. I always enjoy watching the rain move in the wind down the windows of the car almost so much that I get in an accident. But this time I had to hurry because I had a steel microwave stand sitting in my backyard waiting to go to Chico with me and I had to move it into the garage.
Let's see. Today I walked to the Westminster Courthouse to see how long it will take me to walk there at 6:30 on Saturday morning for traffic school. Then I fell into another person's library for my inventory. This time it was a chemist from some sulfur company. Many books about sulfur. One was written by the guy whose library it was. More about sulfur than I ever would have thought to ask. A good fifty books or so about sulfur all from pre-1970.
Then my car came out of the shop. It needed brakes, a new fan belt, a tune up and some fluids exchanged. Good thing December was such a good month for me business wise.
I've still got a large number of books to package. I've still got to figure out how to get a printer for my computer that I'm taking up north with me. I've got to see if my space heater works. Tomorrow looks to be about as busy as today.


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