My “have-to” calendar for this week:
- Monday—Mailed package of ebay merchandise. Prepaid, so just involved driving through and dropping in outside mailbox. Called the gas company and scheduled a time for meter replacement. (THIS turned into a major nuisance involving lengthy holds and repeating the same information over and over. The waiting music was, however, pleasant.)
- Tuesday—Noon Bible Study, beginning the Book of Hebrews. I’m planning for a lunch from the Tasty Cream to bring home with me. Replacement of gas meter. After 20 minutes of calling, I have an appointment for them to come between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The replacement will be followed by the ceremonial relighting of the pilot light on the water heater.
- Wednesday—Perhaps help DH replace tags on car and pickup. One vehicle just needs a new sticker attached to the windshield. The other one needs the sticker and actual new metal plates. (I’m excited! I am old enough to remember when there were new metal plates every year, and I always feel somewhat cheated by just stickers. With the infrequent replacement of the actual plates, you don’t see people using them for metal siding on the garage or tool shed, either. A whole style of folk architecture has disappeared.)
- Thursday—Call to find out what days the Driver’s License office is open because I have a birthday coming up and this is my turn to actually go in physically to renew my license.
- Friday—Who knows?
Not exactly earth-shaking, is it?