My Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2011

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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Got up around 6:30 a.m., fixed the bedroom, poured tomato juice with lime and ice, started the morning coffee, brought in the morning paper, smoked a little cigar, went to the bathroom, changed the desktop background image and color scheme, checked computer settings, updated the disk tracker, and started today’s journal.  Washed, dressed, and got ready to  leave. 

Went to:  Jack in the Box, 1115 McRae Blvd., for breakfast, had a Chicken Sandwich, Tacos, and Coffee, total cost $2; Wal Mart, Cielo Vista Mall, shopped pop corn, pop corn maker, movies, and silverware, purchased knives, forks, soup spoons, and tea spoons, total cost $7; Best Buy, Viscount and I 10 streets, shopped movies; and Mission Valley Library Branch, 610 Yarbrough, returned and checked out items noted on the Library Materials Data Base. 

Cleaned Bath and Kitchen, washed dishes, and Swept the Floors.  CD, Daniel Smith, ‘bebop bassoon.’    Made a collage, ‘Snow.’ 

Ripped to the Windows Media Player, and copied to the Expansion Drive:  CD, The Symphonette Society, ‘The First Noel;’ CD, Linda Eder, ‘Christmas Stays the Same,’ featuring The Broadway Gospel Choir; and CD, Bill Engvall’s, ‘Here’s Your Christmas Album.’

Dinner, Hot Dogs, Potato Chips, Beans, and Soda.  Washed dishes, and picked up the kitchen,  CD, Shania Twain, ‘Come on Over.’  DVD, Mad Men, Season Four, Special Feature:  ‘How to Succeed in Business Draper Style,’ Part 2 of 2; and Marketing the Mustang:  An American Icon.  DVD, Mad Men, Season Four, ‘The Rejected,’ episode.  CD, George Strait, ‘Classic Christmas.’


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