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Watching COPS on the bed while chatting on the internets. Downstairs kinda stinks---there's a dead mouse somewhere in the wet bar walls, and until it dessicates in a week or so, my highly sensitive sense of smell drives me up here most of the time. COPS just did a crystal meth bust in Palm Springs, our future retirement home. Lovely.

Earlier, had leftover picadillo (itself made from leftovers) from lunch, plus some jambalaya soup purchased this afternoon. Whilst cruising the aisles at the Diamond Heights Safeway, we spotted Mythbusters' Jamie Hyneman, looking scruffy and trying to be unobtrusive. His stache needs a little trim.

Earlier, Steve (rootbeer1) went to the gym while I slept in, then did some computer work. Kind of a rainy yet sunny day.

Yesterday, went to dinner at Barney's Burgers in Noe Valley with John (keanubear), Greg, Neil, and Daniel, who is visiting from Toronto. Then went to see Reno 911! Miami. We're fans of the series, so we thought it was funny.

Thursday, the hot tub guy called unexpectedly and came over with the ordered part and fixed the tub. I was home sick, so it was fortuitous, and there was a break in the rain.

I can't remember back before Thursday.


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Feb. 25th, 2007 04:58 am (UTC)
Most hardware stores sell an odor absorbing product that would be great for that mouse odor. It comes in a gel form inside of a container that you simply open and leave in the offending area. It doesn't have any smell of its own.

Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Feb. 25th, 2007 06:12 am (UTC)
Thanks, Stacy---I'll give it a try! Both the gel and the weekend....:-)
Feb. 25th, 2007 05:09 am (UTC)
This has to be my favorite kind of post to read.

Feb. 25th, 2007 06:13 am (UTC)
Welcome to the excruciating minutiae of our life. :-)
Feb. 25th, 2007 06:38 am (UTC)
We had a mouse die in our heating ducts this last summer. Peeyou! Richard called a duct cleaning company. One day and a couple of hundred dollars later, we were dead mouse and crayon free. (The couple that lived in the house before us had a little girl who apparently liked putting crayons down the heating vents.) They also sprayed some kind of disinfectant into the system which, for all I know was water - but it made me feel 1000% better.

I hope your mouse problem goes away quickly.
Feb. 28th, 2007 08:37 pm (UTC)
Hey Jack - email me!
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