I know it is more difficult to adjust to the time change when going west than it is the other way around. I thought, however, that driving made a difference, and it does, but I seem to be dealing with a bit of jet lag now. Since the last two or three days on the road I have been waking up earlier and going to sleep earlier, and today was no exception.
I was up at 6 am and took my time, thinking I wanted to be at Costco when they opened at 9am. When I got there I remembered they open at 10am, so I headed to LaBou for a croissant and a cup of coffee. I finally got into Costco, got a couple of prescriptions refilled, and spent a large amount of money on restocking my fridge and kitchen cabinets. A big pot of soup is scheduled for sometime later this week as I now have all the ingredients.
I grew to really appreciate dessert when staying with Celeste and Joe in Paduah - dinner always ended with cookies or cake and ice cream. So today I bought ice cream and some marble pound cake! That is a nice way to end a meal.
Today (even though I'm a bit tired) I feel happy and a sense of well-being. Can't beat that combo!
In looking at a Costco ad for cameras I notice that all the cameras featured have wi-fi. Can someone tell me why in the world would you want wi-fi on your camera? It's getting to be difficult to find a camera that is just a camera, a phone that is just a phone, etc.
In Judilyn's comment to my post about getting film pictures on a CD, I do have a CD slot in my Mac, but the problem seems to be the software used by the store that develops the film. I may be missing something basic, but I couldn't ever access the pictures. I agree the .jpg files would have to be on the CD, but I just don't know how to get them. I need to try it again keeping in mind that I just want the picture files themselves, not the software that shows them. Next time I have film developed I will look more closely at the disc contents.
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