Things Were Done This Weekend

The house across the street from my apart­ment is for sale for $50k. The house pay­ment would be cheap­er than my rent, but up­on look­ing at the in­side I es­ti­mat­ed an­oth­er $50k would need to be in­vest­ed just to make it liv­able. I don’t have the time, mon­ey or in­cli­na­tion to do that kind of work on a house. The place does have sig­nif­cant pos­si­bil­i­ty, but you know it is bad when the most liv­able room in the place is the at­tic.

I fixed Pesto Chicken and Pancetta and Romano cakes and Banana Pies and had my bud­dy Steve help me eat it. Actually he pre­pared the di­jon glaze for the chick­en and was chief baster. It was a rather meh meal in my es­ti­ma­tion, but “I’ll Eat Anything” Goldberg didn’t mind. The Banana Pies, how­ev­er were com­plete­ly ined­i­ble. I swear, for a per­son that likes to bake, I have the hard­est time mak­ing good dough. Always too much flour. Maybe it is be­cause I don’t have a sifter.

I spent my run think­ing about words that I liked, but can on­ly re­mem­ber “loi­ter” at this point.

I ate a Sokolowski’s with Wasco and man­aged to com­plete my first Literary Café Weekend Trifecta. I met an­oth­er lo­cal blog­ger and fixed a lo­cal resident’s wire­less con­nec­tion, but locked her out of her own work com­put­er when try­ing to change its work­group to al­low her to have a home net­work. Nevertheless, she still agreed to tan­go with me this evening.

I was sup­posed to work on a web­site for a lo­cal busi­ness owner/​resident yes­ter­day, but every 34sp host­ed site was down for I don’t know how long. So I’m a day be­hind and don’t par­tic­u­lar­ly like that.

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