Judith Lautner (judith) wrote,
Judith Lautner

The day before

I've been just sitting quietly on the couch, looking around. Sometimes it's good to sit and think and look around, especially when I am feeling overwhelmed. I can see what there is to be done and I can consider how it will be done.

This afternoon I put some plants out on the sidewalk to my house, with a "free" sign on them. The ones in the better pots disappeared quickly, leaving behind the spider plants in the plain clay pots. Discrimination. So I put my older Canon printer out there. I have formed such an attachment to that printer, but it is having some issues, mainly with communication. I think it can be fixed because it is just that type. It's been reliable for a long time. But I have another printer and it's time to have just one.

I figure I will put different things out there tomorrow. Maybe the word will get around the park and people will happen by to see what's on offer. I can hope. Otherwise I can just leave everything there or shove it into my car and take it all to Goodwill.  I'm eyeing a stool and a lamp right now. And another lamp. I rather wish I'd hit upon this before. Actually I have done it before but I just forgot.

While sitting on the couch I have also been thinking of food. I have had three cashew butter and whole wheat bread sandwiches today. The cashew butter is really delish, and so is the bread, made in a local bread bakery. But I want something different. There are cans of stuff and there is rice. Nothing really speaks to me. I have thought of pizza.

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