Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


Yesterday afternoon I started feeling a little punk. I never got hungry for dinner and ended up eating a bowl of shredded wheat. In the middle of the night I got woken up by stomach cramps but I was really able to sleep through them. I slept an hour an a half later than usual and woke up kind of iffy. I thought about staying home from the pool and avoiding a possible premature pool departure/race to the bathroom. But, I went and I was very glad I did. All during my swim, I felt fine. Now I'm home and feel better but sill a little iffy. Weird but probably not fatal.

At least I don't have to go anywhere or do anything today. It's all free form and whatever happens happens. I can take a day long nap if that's what I decide to do. Luxury for sure.

I do want to fix my neoprene swim gloves. The velcro is wearing out. I designed several different fixes while I was swimming. I think I finally settled on one that will work, is easy and minimal. I'll do that today.

There's a baseball game on TV today.

It's lovely and gray and wet out. Exactly the kind of weather everyone bitches about and I love. These days will be coming to an end soon so I'm enjoying every one of them as much as I can.

Amazon is opening two new grocery-ish stores in Seattle. One is in the old Sears location one mile south of here. As I understand it, it will be possible to walk in and buy stuff but mainly it's set up so that you order on line and then drive by and they load your stuff into your car. They've been building it out for months now. It took a long time to figure out what it was. They were shooting video there a couple of weeks ago and today it looks like they may be working on signage. It's on my way to the gym but on weekdays it's too dark to get a good bead on the action so I really only get weekend updats. It will be really interesting to see how it works. It's in the same building as Starbucks headquarters.
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