Back in the city.
I returned a few hours ago. The errands I needed to perform have been done. I went to Kentville, to the thrift store run by the Open Arms shelter, headed by John Andrew. I spoke to the lady who worked there, Becky, and asked if they might be interested in a donation of DVD's that I no longer want. She said sure.
So, if I can get up there some time when the damn store is actually open, I will take a bunch of DVD's in there. Assuming they sell, I will take more in.
On the way back to the city, I stopped off at the grocery store in Wolfville. They always have stuff marked down. I got two quiches for seven dollars. Not each. Both. A lemon dessert thingy was about $2.50. Some haddock trimmings. A couple of other things, and it all added up to less than $18.00.
I took the leisurely path back to the city. I decided to drive through Windsor. Found a used clothing store, and found the used bookstore in town, Reader's Haven. It was already closed for the day. I look forward to going there sometime when they are actually open.
Finally got back to the house around 5:30. Unloaded the car. Heated the quiches. And have been trying to find something on demand to watch that we might both like. I was enjoying Roast Battle II, but the crude humour turned Patricia off, so I will watch it on my own. Ash versus the Evil Dead was great fun, but she didn't like it either. The Young Pope was monotonous, and we bailed after about 25 minutes. We are now watching the HBO documentary about Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. If they had not died, this film would be so much fun. But, now that they're both dead, and died within 24 hours of each other, it is just sad.
Tomorrow I will be doing some more Frank work. Fun times. Looking forward to that task.
I think I will turn in. See you tomorrow.