Speaking of food, I napped before dinner and woke up hungry so I microwaved a ramen bowl, but that was hours ago and I'm hungry again. I found some old packaged french fires in the freezer and microwaved those, but they didn't look appetizing so I then fried them in olive oil. Because I got distracted some of them burned, and they ended up carbonized on one side and pale on the other, but I ate them anyway. The ones that didn't burn turned out pretty good, though of a mealier texture than I like, so by the usual standards of my cooking I'd consider that a success. If they don't make me sick I'll probably make them again someday.
There's supposed to be a 20% chance of rain Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, but I'm not really expecting it to happen. If it does, I wouldn't expect more than occasional sprinkles. It's cold out, but it just doesn't feel like rain weather. The right joints aren't aching.
I figured out why the Internet was so slow Sunday. I checked my usage and it turns out I've hit 30Gb. That means they are choking my speed. I never used to use that much bandwidth in a month, and now I'm hitting it three weeks in. It's partly the pandemic, since I'm in all day now while i used to go out for a couple of hours to visit stores and look at the books at the Goodwill store. Also a lot of web sites have caught on to my ad blocker, and won't let me see anything unless I whitelist them, and the ads, frequently on video, are using up a lot of bandwidth. I'll have to be more selective in the future and spend less time on those sites. I don't really need to stay that connected to American culture anyway. I'm pretty sure it's on its last legs, in any case, and I surely am.
I remember fragments of a dream from my last sleep. There are no details, but I was definitely riding in a car. I hope that doesn't happen again. It's bad enough that I sometimes have to ride around in actual cars, and I'd just as soon they didn't invade my dreams.