Here's the Aquasox t-shirt which I now just love. On the left is what it looked like when I bought it. I should have taken a picture of it on me. Way too long. Shoulder seams hit me just above the elbow. geesh. Much better now.
Next time I want to scold myself for having too much fabric on hand, I'm going to remember how very perfect this random print turned out to be. I bought 3 yards of it a while back with no idea what I would use it for. I didn't even use much but it's perfect.
I ran into the guy from down the hall who bought my old air conditioner. He's perfectly delighted with it. He said it was the only reason he's been able to sleep. So YEAH!
For a while now, I've been trying to figure out cash. Yes, money, cash. Most of the people I know rarely have any. They walk around with zero cash - they never need any. They survive on credit and debit cards alone. I do not know how to do this. But, I'm going to learn. First of all cash is dangerous. You can lose it easily and it's not traceable. And I have to go out of my way to get it. Plus it so easily slips from my fingers. Credit and debit cards are safer and come with built in purchase tracking.
I cannot figure out why I need cash but apparently I do. Starting today, I'm going to keep track of how and when I spend any cash and see if the data can train me. That's my next project.