We've been able to cook more meals at home lately; today we had a pork and veg stir fry (we had steak with mushrooms/zucchini/tomato yesterday).
I'm continuing to rearrange books, which is low key fun and very satisfying. I went to the hardware store yesterday for paint (for the downstairs lav), but forgot to get picture hanging wire so I went back today (they are starting to recognize me, which is unsurprising -- it's an Ace). That let me hang a family photo that had two really difficult to get onto the wall hooks by converting them to a single wire which at least I understand.
This year, two of my friends from Seattle have stopped in for a visit while on their way to or from a not-employment-related workshop. That got me thinking I should do something similar. While catching up on (still more -- makes me think it really will never end) filing, I read a genealogical newsletter and thought, hey! The 1940 census comes out soon. I should be prepping for that -- and I should be tracking down a genealogical society locally to get tips from other people while I'm at it. I'm going to miss the annual meeting because of a conflict, and the October meeting is already past, but hopefully I'll be able to go to ones starting in December or, worst case, January. I'm also looking around for a relatively local seminar on prepping for the census release -- there's one in NYC, but I'm not going to that one.