Here they are, in order. I bolded, italicized, and underlined the insane / crazy things. Packed up the car to take my son back to school. I put on pants. No shorts. That was a big sacrifice for me. I drove my car out of town, and got on the highway. I headed for Kent. I stopped and bought DQ for the Boy and dinner for me. I spent money. Dropped off The Boy, packed the boxes and bags back in my car, and headed home. I stopped at a guitar store to browse. I did not touch anything, but I looked at a whole bunch of Teles, and some Fender and Dr. Z amps. Woodsy's in Kent has some nice stuff in stock, including a blonde and black ToneMaster Deluxe Reverb. On the way home, I bought a tank of gas. I went in and got injector cleaner, since I don't think I had filled my tank since November. Good to keep things opened up. I drove back home, and came here to say I survived the craziness. Highways were moving quickly tonight, since there is so much less traffic. I dumped $35 into the economy tonight. Well, we still grocery shop, and we did on-line holidays, but it is rare I go farther than a few miles into town to pick up carry-out or grocery shop. This was just insanity. Insanity, I tell you, insanity! Even I have been feeling a bit cooped up recently. We are now down to three people at home, so it's not bad. However, I start work at 07:00 and work until 16:00 or 17:00. My daughter often starts at 12:00 and works until 21:00. My wife laments there is no time she can play music or sweep or do much of anything. She's right; I feel the same way about playing guitar. My wife is often asleep before my daughter is done with work. Crazy, right? But are you jealous?