Now I know there are those of you who'd like to cancel Tuesday because of the approaching rain, me, however, I'm looking forward to it, hanging around the house in my sweats while the rest of the leaves finally fall from the trees. At least I'm hoping they'll fall. Then I'll be able to rake into piles where they can spend the winter decomposing peacefully.
The temps are supposed to hover in the mid 40s (F) all day, and there is no reason for me to leave the house.
I stopped off on my way home from work and picked up a generic brand of allergy medicine with an antihistamine. Beside the frequent post nasal drip (every morning), there is also the drip, drip, dribble requiring me to constantly have a tissue near by. I took one before I went to bed last night and woke up to the familiar post nasal drip, however the dribble has ceased. This probably means I have some sort of crappy sinus infection that won't go away.
Yesterday was slow at work. In previous years this was usually caused by customer anticipation of the Black Friday sales we offer, however, most of our sales are now active and those that will happen on Black Friday will seem pretty meager.
Just because I'm not planning on going anywhere, that doesn't mean I'm doing nothing. Vegging out is rarely in my playbook.
For starters, I took this interesting test the Washington Post sent me. I suppose I should be pleased that even though I'm in the Boomer age category, my responses scored zero (0) for identifying me as a boomer. 49% of my responses say I'm a Millennial; 29% of them put me in the Gen X category, and the last 25% make me Gen Z, of course maybe all this means is that I'm a progressive thinker.