Our dog is not very mobile today.
One of the issues might be that it was icy yesterday and he could have done the "splits" and now he is sore.
The other is that he is old. A third possibility is that he might be afflicted with the mystery respiratory disease that seems to be spread by dogs. This last option is the least likely. We don't have much contact with other dogs. But the fact that this ailment is out there makes us reluctant to take him to the vet.
Having anybody in the house feel under-the-weather takes joy out of my life. And that includes the dog.
I poured a small concrete slab today to secure an appliance. Not my best work but not my worst, either. Now I need to ignore my work for three days so I don't mess it up.
Concrete work is a bit like acne. There comes a point where picking at your zits only makes things worse. It is similar with concrete. If you get within a 1/2" it is good enough for many projects and a 1/4" is golden for most work.
Yellow, polarized glasses for night driving
Neither Mrs ERJ or I relish driving after dark. That becomes more limiting when we only have eight hours of daylight.
Mrs ERJ was at her book club and one of the other ladies was singing the praises of her yellow-tinted, polarized "sun glasses" for night driving. So much so that Mrs ERJ gently suggested that I purchase a pair for her.
I reckon that means I am done with my Christmas shopping.
Any readers out there who can speak to the effectiveness of yellow-tinted, polarized glasses for night driving? Is there something better?