Daily Archives: December 15, 2019

Semi–Well . . .

As I mentioned yesterday, Jan says that I don’t do nothing well. So I guess I did a lot less today, so maybe ‘semi-well’, anyway.

So, other than wandering around on the Internet and checking out some ideas for a change on my client’s website, along with dinner at Black Bear Diner about 3:30, was about it for the day.

Really nice!

Although it seems to have been a false alarm, I was concerned to see that our new Samsung 43” Smart TV, which was supposed to be delivered to my client’s office  tomorrow, was out for delivery today via FedEx.

When no one is at the office.

And based on past experiences, I was not really reassured that they wouldn’t just leave it propped up against the front door. It’s certainly happened before.

But it was listed as being delivered by 8pm, and it’s now almost 9, so maybe I dodged a bullet. We’ll see tomorrow, I guess.

If some of you are Migraine suffers like Jan is, you might interested in this article. It turns out that exposing yourself to green light seems to reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks.

Green Light and Migraines

A lot of people seem to have had good luck with it. And it’s cheap and you don’t need a prescription. Check it out.

You might also want to check out these Aculief Acupressure Clamps. They clamp onto the web between your thumb and forefinger, and are said to relieve/reduce migraine pain via acupuncture.

Aculief Acupressure Clamps

They’re not really expensive, and they have a money-back guarantee. I ordered Jan a set so we’ll let you know.

Also, if you’ve been thinking about getting an Amazon Echo Dot, check out this deal.

Echo Dot 99cent deal

Echo Dot Deal

You can get a 3rd Gen Echo Dot for only 99 cents.

Well, actually it’s $8.98. But that’s still about 1/3 the normal price.

So what’s the catch?

You get the Dot for 99 cents when you sign up for a one month trial of Amazon Music Unlimited for $7.99. It will be set up for Auto-Renewal, but you can just cancel it at the end of the month.

However, Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to over 50 million songs, ad-free, so you might decide you want to keep it.

So check it out.

Thought For The Day:

Before you can see the light, you have to deal with the darkness.