I guess it's Friday.... Life with a retail schedule is always confusing.
Lilly had a booboo paw yesterday. She didn't want to put any pressure on her left paw... at first. This morning there seems to be little problem, but yesterday she was in 'needful sympathy' mode.
This morning I get to interview for that COS position. I guess I have a good chance at getting it. Having been in management, I'd say the decision has already been made as to who they're going to move (since for me it wouldn't be a promotion). If it's not me... well, that's fine.
There was a debate last evening. I didn't watch any of it. However, I guess the ratings are beginning to ratchet up. People are beginning to pay attention. They waited until the field began shrinking. They let the process 'winnow the chafe' so to speak. Evidently Julian Castro was aggressive... He doesn't understand. Most of the comments I saw were about the top three. Did Steyer show up? If he did, I wonder what he felt like knowing he's at the bottom of the barrel.
And evidently the Idiot Jerk had a rally in Baltimore... I suspect more lies leaked from that shitty mouth of his. I know he made some sort of comment about Warren... this is to be expected. He is going to ramp up his attacks as the number of candidates get smaller. What we need to see, is those no longer in the race slowly begin to unify behind the remaining candidates... oh, and they need to start speaking out about the Idiot Jerk. He doesn't do well with criticism. That's right. They need to begin to criticize.
And, I've continued doing research while writing The Body in the Well. Colorado and California lead the nations when it comes to ghost towns. Did you know that Colorado alone has over 250? And some of these towns were not small. One boasted 18 saloons and 2 dance halls. I find that amazing. Here's a vid on Colorado ghost towns. A bit of a disclaimer: this guys Top 10 don't exactly correlate with other Top 10 lists. In fact there are quite a few which are better known than these 10.