Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


When I turned on the car after my swim, the check engine light stayed on. WTF? Really???? I drove home while thinking about it. First, NFW did I want to go back to the Mercedes place before that part comes in but a check engine light isn't going to wait two weeks to a month. Then I remembered feeling a little hitch in the car's giddyup yesterday. Then I remembered the error code I got last time the check engine light came on (last year). It was a missfire code. I cleared it and never saw it again.

So, when I got here, I looked for that app I used last time... and checked the code and, yep, same one. Cleared it. I think we can wait til that part comes in. Whew.

In other failure news, one of my shower shoes had a blowout. Well, it's still functional but not for long. Time to hunt down another pair. I do have a back up pair so this crisis isn't critical either.

Today is house cleaner day. So I'll be making a Goodwill run - I have a bag full of donation and plans to drop in the store to see what's new - and, possibly, a grocery store stop. Or maybe I'll just find a shady spot in the Goodwill parking lot and read my book. This oh-so-trashy read about The View is getting good... and oh-so-trashy.

Audio-ly, I'm reading JoJo Moyes' latest - The Peacock Emporium. It's just wonderful in many many ways. The story is intriguing but the way she uses words is just symphonic. I may have to listen twice. Once for the plot and once just for the word melodies.

Oh my beta operating system on my phone got another update and now my 1 second a day app works again. Nice.

This old building (built as a railroad warehouse in 1909) takes a long time to heat up in the Spring. We can have a week of hot weather outside and it's still very cool in here. So far, it's still very cool in here and that might last through the weekend. I hope. The downside, of course, is that once it does heat up, the building will hold on to that heat way past the time it finally cools down outside. But, for now, I'm enjoying.

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