Disarmed the trap for the day.
All the cats showed up during the course of the day including Millie from next door.
One storm chaser was in PA in a foot of snow, in his car. Watched for a couple of hours. Trucker was on the road for 7 hours, but it was boring scenery and a streamer I do not like sent way too many stupid viewers his way.
Skype with J for 90 minutes. BASFA zoom meeting only lasted 30. I streamed for about an hour, one active chatter but lots of lurkers.
Garbage bins went out at about 11, brought them back in around 2:30. Got the mail which was mostly credit card invites. One letter from my auto insurance, crooked lawyer wants lots of $$ for his client's alleged injuries - discovered more than a month later. BS. We stood out in 115° heat for three hours, and he waved off two ambulances while we waited for the police to not show up. Accident was his fault, and damage to his big old truck was a small dent near the gas cap. I left a message with the adjuster, she should be able to handle it.
Below Deck was 50-50. Capt. Lee got some serious support from the charter guests, who also lost a child to an overdose. His was last year, theirs was 5 years ago, so they had some advice and heartfelt hugs for him. OTOH the crew drama continues to be unresolved, and we established that the chef can't count to 5. Expecting one stew to be canned after the charter is over.
The Bachelor redeemed itself. Matt dealt with the drama llamas, the producers finally let him send home the bully. I don't know what rock they found the "designer" under, but he dressed the date in some hideous outfits. And the salmon colored designer heels which went with the red outfit should have been swapped when he sent a cobalt blue gown for dinner. Blue is not her color.
I've paused it at the 1-hour mark. To be continued.
An RPCV I know from the zoom meetings replied to my job application that she will call Wed or Thurs to talk further.
Plans for tomorrow:
Depends on raccoons. If none, clean up the trap and call Animal Control to pick it up.
Set up the camera to snap remote pix at the hummer feeder.