I posted early last night so that I could get off the computer and ignore the election news. It’s not that I wasn’t interested, it’s that I knew that the returns would trickle in all night, that there would be pundits filling the time with information-light prognostications, and that watching wouldn’t improve my sleep.
Instead, we watched some of our backlog of Young Sheldon and Call Me Kat – not the most intellectual shows on TV (especially the latter), but just what we needed.
Today, we got our windows cleaned for the first time in quite a while. I’d found Pioneer Services through Consumers’ Checkbook, and they lived up to their reviews. Our windows are so clean that we’ll have to use curtains again!
And this evening, I went to the Shir Hadash Mens’ Club annual dinner and saw a very interesting documentary: 9th Circuit Cowboy, about Harry Pregerson, who served on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for more than 40 years. He was a real mensch – someone who used the law for good.