A day to regain focus
Good day to put some work into the blog project. Of course, every day should be like that, bit by bit, grain by grain. I've got some reading to do and some daily writing and likely a little football. I don't care too much about the people playing but it is always fun to see the KC Chiefs play and Brees vs Brady might be interesting.
With nothing on the calendar tomorrow I may not do too much today.
Roll in the normal. Waiting for the Hacks On Tap production of 'what happened in the polls' which will be available on Tuesday.
Tuesday is Zoe tooth day. I've got to take her to the vet at 7:30 and turn her over to them. They knock her out and then look see what tooth work she needs while I cringe at home and try not to think about it.
I've also got a couple of CASA events on Thursday and Friday but that will leave me plenty of time to write more and construct the outline of the site.
SNL was pretty good this morning. Chappelle was on point and pithy as always. "The only truth I can say has to have a punch line at the end." and a long recursive bit about teaching white people how to take the negative events. I suspect the show will slide back down in the ratings and quality as they lose their foil. It is worth it.
I've got to figure out what to do with the second loaf of bread so I can cook more. In the land of Covid it is hard to divest of baked products.
I have a scale and downloaded and printed the King Arthur baking weight chart that tells the weight of anything that might go into a baked product. Next time I bake I will be weighing everything ahead of time. I'm pretty sure I left out an entire cup (using only four of five) of flour so the bread came out way too crumbly. I'm going to fix that so it won't happen again then work my way back up to more complex baking.