Day 254: Tuesday Conversions

Today started at 6ish as I had status meetings at 7. We were meeting the vendor and Nike in India. It was about our data conversions. That was followed by more status meetings that went on for hours on Zoom.

I did not sleep very well, and my memory of today is a bit fuzzy, so this will be a short blog.

I had a few crises of the moment to resolve before I managed a walk. My coughing was a bit harsh, and I took the shorter walk; use it or lose it! My breathing is better after the walk and using my inhalers.

I ordered lunch from Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant delivered by GrubHub. I got someone’s lunch, but not what I ordered. The mole was sweet and cinnamon; not what I would have selected–interesting.

Susie got going in the afternoon, and I made her oatmeal from instant, two packs. I made oatmeal from scratch yesterday–I am sticking with instant oatmeal (pun!).

We managed to run the conversion jobs, and I have been going on and off all day and the evening.

I did manage to read and take a couple short naps to help. This helps me stay focused, but I am now becoming drained.

I was not able to get a Covid-19 shot appointment for us today. I will keep searching every day.

The Schwann’s truck showed up today, and my driver, Stephene, helped me restock the freezer. She comes by every two weeks and has been running through most of the emergency. I got my ham for Christmas from her. They have good pork products and frozen veggies.

I made grilled cheese sandwiches for dinner today. We had a slice of carrot cake for dessert; this is the last of the carrot cake I made from scratch last week.

Only 3,984 people were vaccinated yesterday in Oregon. These numbers will likely improve as it takes 72 hours to collect all the data.

1,989 people have died from Covid-19 today in the USA.

I found this, and it works today: O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing.

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