So there are only so many hours in a day. I was up shortly before five, but I've much to do; so I chose to take on Simpleology first, and that took up most of my time before morning services. And now I've skipped the daily page, but I don't find it that easy to be there much of the time anyway. How much time can you spend on how and what you are allowed to substitute for that which you have sanctified. I guess more, but it's not what I am committed to right now.
To figure that out, we should look at my actions, but I don't want to go there right now either.
Today is about getting myself ready to lead for Sunday, and getting my plan done, and maybe putting up a light fixture, and working out, and planning a bit for what to do while Sharleen is here. I have some ideas in my head, but I haven't reached out to the people.
So I ended up looking at county fairs, and I found four we could visit in New York while Sharleen is here, and even have some ideas about where we could stay along the way. Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont don't really have much that would suit our schedule, and I'm too spent to try to figure out Pennsylvania right now.
I did make progress on my course, mostly while I worked out. I seem to have reached capacity on a handful of the BowFlex workouts. I only go there for upper body anyway. I think the rowing has my legs covered.
So, now I'm out of time, and I am struggling for ten ideas, but here I go with Ten Uses for a Pellet Gun:
- door stop
- mounted to a board and used as a book end
- scaring people who have no clue about guns
- projecting little lead projectiles at targets without the use of gunpowder
- making sad wanna a be a gun noises
- a step in a Rube Goldberg machine
- ringing a bell
- putting dents in cars
- chasing away annoying small animals
- physics experiments: predicting and modelling trajectories
- putting holes in things
- learning about how things (particularly pellet guns) work
I love you all. Thanks for lending me your Ima.