Not every day is a “Ten” (on a scale from 1-10). Most days are a comfortable 7 or 8.
Today Doc went to campus. On the way he stopped at McDonald’s for a snack, three pennies, a quarter, and a Canadian penny. (Coins #1-4 +).
At 2:30 we headed out to the lot to check the construction progress. Dashed into a 7-11 Store so that I could collect a penny for today. (Coin #5)
The concrete crew was just quitting for the day. Today they had removed some of the formwork from Pour #1 and began building some of the formwork for Pour #2. When Doc asked Matt about the metal inserts between the rows, Matt explained how those inserts keep the boards in alignment, so the walls don’t get “sloppy” and deform.
Thought: What devices can we use in our daily lives to keep us “straight” and from getting “sloppy”?
We made a quick stop at the cabinetry shop to just say hello and dream for a few minutes. While I went inside, Doc and Sparky walked the parking lot. They collected two pennies and a car wash token. (Coins #6&7 + other).
Just before we arrived home, Doc claimed another one of his Median Finds. (Coin #8)
Total: 8 US Coins P (7), N (0), D (0), Q (1) = $0.32
+ Canadian Penny + Car Wash Token
Hmmmm, sometimes life gets sloppy and messy, but that's what makes it beautiful!
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