Observations for today:
I saw a man stop, walk to the middle of the road and pick up a run-over cat in order to place it tenderly on the roadside.
I noticed that 1/2 inch CDX plywood has jumped in price by almost 90% since I last bought it a year and a half ago.
My son Jesse drew an eight pane cartoon about a little boy who had several things fly iinto and stick on his face during his birthday party.
The day began with rain and much blustery gloom, ending with blue sky and a beautiful sunset.
The day goes by very fast when there are many things to do and I keep at them until it is too dark to see.
Pink Floyd is an essential part of the musical diet and I need to update my copy of "Dark Side of the Moon," among other standards of the era.
Drie makes very good sandwiches, and Oreo makes a dandy mass-produced cookie.
Many of these observations are quite frequently registered while others are unique to this fine day.
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