Oh by the way, folks,
Today we cheer as the Harvard Extension Cultural Studies Club prepares to host a Black Mass. This, of course, has caused extreme fringe Christian religion spastics to become emotionally disturbed because they perceive a Black Mass to be a mockery of a Christian Mass.
However, when you realize that the Christian Mass is a ridiculous mockery of rational thought, it appears that it's fair game for mockery.
Yesterday's quest was a success. Two church ladies living about a block apart wanted some antiques and junque hauled to the parish hall for the Grandiose May Fest Antiques And Junque Sale, so I went to the first place and got Nelson the Nissan almost full. I had no idea how much stuff the second place had, so I stopped there anyhow just to see if I'd need a second trip.
Fortunately, the second place didn't have near as much, so I got it all in one trip, although a coupla boxes had to ride up in the passenger seat.
So then I got word from the church ladies that they like the shelves I made for St Peters Chapel. I made only 2 of the 3 sections they asked for because that's all the leftover materials I had, so I'll wait and see if they decide they really need the third section.
And so today's quest will be to wait around for the exterminator to do his business. The Wondrous Weather Website is predicting no rain and only 4 mph wind, so they oughta be able to spray okay.
Signs of life