The heat wave here in the eastern United States has gotten me to considering a problem that plagues suburbia. Lawn mowing is a lousy, hot chore.
Manufacturers have tried addressing the lousy, hot chore by creating self-propelled mowers. They’re missing the mark. I can push the mower around, or it can drag me around. The problem is that I am still involved in both those scenarios. Read the rest of this entry »
It was a quiet morning. Nothing special about it. I grabbed a bagel at my usual spot, then found some place to pull over and eat it.
Little did I know that someone else had designs on my pretzel bagel…
The film series continues this week with a favorite topic of mine, food. It is not about a favorite food.
Greek yogurt is supposedly good for me. I get that. That is why I eat it. Read the rest of this entry »
Things were slow at work yesterday. I used my time productively.
Based on how I was feeling, I developed a list of potential warnings signs of an impending bout of hyperactivity in an older person.
- The intense need to create something.
- Intolerance for boredom.
- Adapting things in the environment to different uses.
- The presence of a Lego Super Heroes Movie Maker app on one’s phone.