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October 13, 2020


Tuesday Lights out just after ten to awaken briefly many times during the night, awakening for good finally at ten minutes to six wondering what kind of sleep we may have gotten. Up to drive to the ATM on Lakeshore and then on over the hill to park just up from the restaurant, feed the meter and then settle in at my table on the patio, the sun now rising in a clear sky above the buildings across the street. They're saying a high of eighty today, up into the nineties on Thursday and Friday with winds strong enough to be worrying.

The single pork chop, scrambled eggs, country potatoes, toast, fruit up and coffee for breakfast just because (I'll regret it tomorrow morning on the scale), finishing up at twenty minutes after nine, a little late, to head to the car and drive straight home, taking the selfie in the lobby and then settling in here at the computer. Threw some things together to finish yesterday's entry, posted and started on this, finishing just after eleven. Early. Maybe do the laundry. Maybe.

Later. And maybe not so laundry tomorrow or Thursday. Spent most of the afternoon watching You Cannot Hide, a Netflix series I started some time back. Not the best of who done its, not the worst, but such has been the afternoon.

Evening. Finished You Cannot Hide, put the tablet away and turned out the lights.

The photo up top was taken at the San Francisco 2018 Anime & Cosplay Festival with a Nikon D5 mounted with a 70-200mm f 2.8 VR II Nikkor lens.