Unnecessary Evil.

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May 24, 2021 by sandwichcontrol

You know, just for funsies.

I took the day off yesterday.

Because I could.

If I had made a post, you would’ve known that the word of the day was: Harpoon.

[ hahr-poon ]
noun
a barbed, spearlike missile attached to a rope, and thrown by hand or shot from a gun, used for killing and capturing whales and large fish.
(initial capital letter)Military. a jet-powered, radar-guided U.S. Navy cruise missile with a high explosive warhead designed for use against surface ships and launchable from a surface vessel, submerged submarine, or aircraft.
verb (used with object)
to strike, catch, or kill with or as if with a harpoon.

A big THANK YOU goes out to my buddy for 1) having a harpoon and b) loaning me his harpoon.

Instead of making a post, I decided to not doing anything.

We spent all day Saturday peopling.

And I was a wreck by the time I got into bed.

So I slept in on Sunday.

I ate a leisurely breakfast, showered while everyone was gone to church for graduation stuff, ate some cookies, napped, got showered with cash to wake me back up, ate some more cookies, went for a walk, and finished my reread of ‘Sorcerer’s Stone’ for the hundredth time.

After dinner I did the dishes and read the first volume of “March” until bedtime.

Today is Monday.

And the word of the day is: Hearth.

[ hahrth ]
noun
the floor of a fireplace, usually of stone, brick, etc., often extending a short distance into a room.
home; fireside:
the joys of family and hearth.
Metallurgy.
the lower part of a blast furnace, cupola, etc., in which the molten metal collects and from which it is tapped out.
the part of an open hearth, reverberatory furnace, etc., upon which the charge is placed and melted down or refined.
a brazier or chafing dish for burning charcoal.

I have to go back to work now.

I’m so glad I rested yesterday.

Maybe I won’t be such a grump by the end of this week.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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