A lithium battery arrived. While waiting for sleep to come, I attempted to install the replacement for the battery powering the LogiTech Wireless Headset.
My fine motor skill has suffered mightily in recent months. And, while attempting to attach the battery's male connector to the female connector of the LogiTech, one tiny wire busted!
I just ordered (2) more batteries from EBay. When these arrive, the connecting will go to a nearby jeweler!😂
8am - Breakfast
Have I mentioned to what my Mom told my sister and myself about eating during WW2?
"Eat all your food. Remember the poor starving children in Europe."
I never really thought about that eating law! But it was holed up someplace in my brain all my life. Recently, I stopped obeying Mom. I don't know why? All I know is, that when I don't eat all the food on my plate, I feel much better.
And, guess what happened? I lost weight and my waistline is smaller. I weigh now, 172 lbs. That's what I weighed when I went into the US Army in 1960!
9am - Not moving into Twayler
That's right! I've decided to remain at Guava Gardens until I become a Jojoba Hills member and am able to move Twayler on to my own Jojoba site.
I'm curious what you think about this decision?
4pm - Express Car Wash
While eating a frozen ice cream cone, the crispy cone fell apart. Cone flakes fell all over Honda FIT's driver seat and floor. FIT goes to the Express Car Wash in Santee. There is a free vacuum at Express. So, we headed out there.
On the way, a stop was made at the Davis YMCA for a one-hour workout. Then we continued to the car wash and vacuumed up the cone flakes.
Across the parking lot from Express, is a Mexican food joint. I bought 3-taquitos with guacamole. While eating the taquitos, this 4pm Blog post was published.
It's a great time to go to a restaurant and publish a Blog post while eating. I have no clue why? Do you?
George at Mexican Joint in The City of Santee
10:30pm - Bruised egos
Have I mentioned to you that I soak in the Guava Gardens spa every nite between 7pm and 9pm? Larry the assistant manger here takes care of the pool and spa. Sees that the water is cleared of leaves, sweeps up when necessary.
Larry also is responsible for water temperature. There are two heaters. One for the pool and the other for the spa. The controller for the temperature has an LED readout. When the temperature needs changing, pressing the up button increases the temperature. Pressing the down button [well, you get the idea].
I've asked Larry to increase the spa's temperature, and he is very compliant with my requests. The spa controller now reads, 98℉. But it does not feel like 98℉ to me.
So, I bought a pool/spa thermometer over at Howe's in Santee this evening. On returning to Guava Gardens, I took the spa's water temperature. 90℉. Right on the button. NOT 98℉ as the heater controller reports!
Now, here comes the sensitive part. How do I inform Larry that there is a discrepancy between the heater's controller readout, and the new thermometer?
The answer, in my opinion, is tough to know. When egos are involved, they may bruise easily! Hmmmmm?