Jon, nice that the dryer was easy and straightforward to fix. No pronouncing it dead and having to buy a new one.
We need the rain and it looks like we're going to have it on and off all day today. There's a bit of thunder also. I want to grill some peppers so am prepared to set up the charcoal grill when it looks like there will be a gap in the weather. Meanwhile, one county to the north, for now the brides-to-be have a dry path to the courthouse for their little ceremony, the rain is staying along this lower track. When they're grown up you have to let the kids do it the way they want to do it, even if it would be nice to be there. (There will be a party to celebrate this winter after people have time to get the new COVID vaccine, etc.) When my kids were growing up I always told them I thought the marriage-industrial-complex was a total waste of money and they should save the cash to buy a house or go to graduate school, and it seems they're taking me at my word.
I'm nearing the next tier in the diet, and I expect to stay in the 150 range once I get there, in the mid-to-low end. Speaking to my sister last night she asked if I got rid of all of the next size up pants that are now too large. I left a few in the bin and the rest are either going to the sewing room (as a source of denim for projects) or to Goodwill. She thinks I should toss them; I'm practical - I hope to never wear them again but will keep a couple of pair around for now for just in case.