I now have most of my Pesach non-perishables. All I need now are the liners for the fridge and oven shelves.
Of the not-so-good:
My vacuum cleaner sucks. And not in the way it should. I just replaced the belt, and cut off the accumulation of long hair around the bar. This is what happens with a household consisting of two long-haired people. Hair everywhere.
Right now, I'd shave both our heads.
Okay, not really.
So, I replace the belt, and then I find the cover won't stay on, as it's missing a screw, and the other one isn't working. Hmm. Maybe...
Well, anyway, the new belt melted right off. My house smells of burning rubber and the carpet isn't any cleaner.
There are supposedly nice hardwood floors under these carpets. *Sheesh*.
Of the less-good-but-still-necessary: I'm going to the dentist. I haven't been in years. This is because my old dentist's office in in Manhattan. This was fine when I didn't work. Now that I do, it makes life difficult. I'm way overdue for a cleaning (although I've been good about dental hygiene the past few months, and my teeth do show it.) But now one hurts. A lot.
So. I'm going to someone my husband knows from synagogue. It's a good a way as any. The appointment is at 5:45 tonight.
I hope he wears glasses so I can see what's going on. :)