September 21st, 2020

laszlo moholy-nagy_chx

Reset Twelve, Day Sixteen

Sunday's air was not too bad, and tonight it smells close to clean, but the odd thing is that the official online EPA air monitor says we are at 150, which is unhealthy. If it weren't for the fact that I have no trouble smelling various foods and such, I'd think that my nose was broken, but it must be the EPA's monitoring system that's failed. My popcorn (which is what I ate for dinner) smelled just fine, as do the smokehouse almonds I'm currently munching on for protein.

I'm thinking about trying to arrange a store trip in a day or two. I need milk, orange juice, donuts, and a couple of other things I thought of earlier but have since forgotten. It's too bad stores don't sell memory (meaning the kind of memory that goes in one's head.) That's all stuff I could do without, but I'd rather not. And for the last couple of weeks Buttehole County's infection rate has been trending down. We've gone from second highest rate in the state to 26th, so going out seems somewhat less risky now than it did last time I shopped.

There was something else, but I've also forgotten that. I'll remember it after I've gone to bed, just as I'm about to fall asleep. Maybe I'll remember it again after I wake up, but I wouldn't count on it.