I ate the shushi for lunch today and the rest will be soon meals or freezer. It was a fun shopping spree. And now I have to go nowhere for days. Or cook. Nice.
It was pouring down rain still. We must have broken records today with the amount of rainfall. It feels like it's been pouring steadily since yesterday. Nice big ponds everywhere.
I remembered this morning that my Spiriva (COPD) inhaler prescription needed attention. I have a month left and I don't want to buy any more until January 1 (medicare twists and turns mean I pay $375 now or $200 if I wait until January 1 - I'll wait, thanks). Anyway, this means a trip to the lung doctor or, as established last year, the lung doctor's physician assistant, Emily. $50 for her to tell me I'm great. :)
So I hopped on My Chart (which is really a piece of shit application but sure better than nothing) and sent her a note explaining I needed more, please and had had 0 issues since I saw her last so could we skip the visit and go right to the drug? I got a very fast reply saying sure... She wants to see me just to be sure but we can put it off a few months and she'll call in the new prescription. Works for me. Thanks!
I put ani_mama's doodle up on the spare monitor so adorable.
(Every time I straighten that one picture, the cats knock it crooked. Time to get out the museum putty.)
I think the couch problem that was cat related has been sorted. The muffit has now been washed and accepted as suitable for The Smalls butt.
Meanwhile you can see Mr. Biggie back there on The Great Kibble Hunt.
AND... I designed some fabric. Spoonflower is a website where you can print your own fabric. It's expensive but such good quality. They have about 20 different kinds of fabrics for apparel (they also do wallpaper!). So I uploaded the doodle and make a print out of it. You can get a test swatch for $6.50 so that's what I did. It will be here in a couple of weeks. My goal is a Biggie and The Smalls knit fabric that I can use to make a top and/or maybe other stuff. Now that I'm thinking about it, I'm thinking maybe they would make a fine hoodie...
On Twitter this morning, The Seattle Times offered a digital version for 8 weeks - $1. OK, I'll do that. There really isn't anything in there but for $1, I'll enjoy the tiny bit that is. They used to be horrible to cancel so signing up was fraught with peril but last time I did it, it turned out to be easy to cancel. Maybe one of these times, I'll enjoy it enough to pay the big bucks.
I cannot believe it is still pouring outside. We have not seen this much rain in a really long time. I think tonight's newscasts are going to be flood updates.
One load of laundry done. One in the dryer and one in the washer. Time for some knittin!