I got the information on the aid trip to Vietnam. The trip goes into villages with nearly 100% of population infected with TB and look away right now if you are squeamish worms/internal parasites. I just don't know that I'm up for such a trip.
And in "its-a-damned-wonder-I-find-my-way-home-each-day" news, I've pulled a couple of headshakers in the past couple of days. Everytime I would get into MalibuKen, I'd think to myself, "This car smells funny". So finally, I proceded to head-down-butt-up search every nook and cranny of MalibuKen but could find nothing that would cause such an odor. After nearly a week, I finally remembered that I'd stopped off at the nursery and bought a bag of compost and put it in the trunk.
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And hammer number two - I was cooking myself a hamburger patty on my petite George Foreman. As a matter of practice, I set the thing on a cutting board and kind of cantalever the whole mess over the sink. As I took my burger out of the package of pre-formed burgers, I decided that I needed to go ahead and cook the other three before they turned. So I ate my patty and then cooked off the other three, one at a time. I leave the GF there to cool off. Time passes. True confession: I did not do the dishes that night, so the GF was still on the counter. I awaken in the middle of the night, thirsty, so I go to the kitchen for a glass of water. I turned on the water, grabbed a glass, filled it up and stood there to drink. I noticed that the sink wasn't draining. Then it hit me - I'd clogged my own sink up with grease! When cooking one burger, all the grease was contained on the cutting board. When cooking four, it dripped off the cutting board, into the sink, and down the drain, only to create a plug at the bend. Fortunately, Roto-Google had the answer - salt, baking soda and boiling water. I got the distinct pleasure of unclogging my sink at 3 o'clock in the morning.
Got out this morning and went to the track. Tonight's a meet up with a former co-worker from the Dark Ages.
Take good care of yourself. Be kind to others. Know your Limitations.