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Good – Gingerbread. For breakfast. A good sign today won’t be the worst day ever. Even if it got off to a very slow start. I now have coffee. And gingerbread. Even bad gingerbread is pretty good, as long as it’s not dry and crumbly.

Bad – I hate the pants I’m wearing today. I couldn’t decide what to wear. My good jeans were all dirty. And I found these pants way in the back of a drawer and thought, “Hey! I never wear those.” So I wore them and lo, I hate them. Which is presumably why I never wear them. It might time for another round of clearing out chaff from the closet.

Good – My printer replacement has arrived at work (yes, the FOURTH replacement–never buy anything but HPs people) and the brand new printer should arrive today. Then I will have TWO working printers. Trust me, this is awesome as I currently have two BROKEN printers.

Bad – I’m way behind on a bunch of work because not being able to print, copy or fax has seriously hindered me. Plus it’s super nice outside and thus I don’t want to work. Especially not crappy catch up back work.

Back to the important things. Gingerbread. This one is okay, though perhaps made to appeal to the largest common group of people (it’s from Starbucks) and thus not perfect. It’s not dark enough or spiced enough. And it has frosting on it (though that was easily removed). Am now tempted to make gingerbread at home this weekend. Which means holiday season which means damn Starbucks with their holiday decorations and holiday treats have pushed me early into the holiday season. I guess I should be glad that it’s at least November and not still October.

Author: Ajax Bell

Seattle author. Stops to smell the flowers. Amateur nerd (I wanna go pro but I haven't found anyone to pay me). Humble hippo enthusiast. queer/bi. they/them.

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