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      Saturday, June 22, 2019

07:57 AM - 06/22/2019

The topic: Morning conversation


Morning conversation.

Brian turned on the sprinklers for the bank. Usually they run for an hour (tall pine trees need to be watered to help keep the bark beetles away). He did this around 5:30, I was still in bed.

I get up five or so minutes later and we make the bed, he goes into the garage to give the cats their morning meal, I go into the kitchen to get my meds. I put water in my water bottle from the dispenser. We have a water dispenser that holds a five gallon bottle and the water can be hot or cold. We fill this water bottle from a water filtration system in the garage. It's cheaper than having water delivered and it's just filtered tap water.

Filling up my water bottle emptied the big bottle. I told Brian it was empty and needs refilling.

So, he gets done with what he needs doing and comes into the office.

Him: Did you set the timer for the water?

Me: I've been in here, I didn't even know you had the water going, how would I know to set a timer?

Him: Never mind (a little put out)

Him: Alexa, set an alarm for 6:30.

Me: Oh, an alarm for the bank water! I'd forgotten all about that. I was thinking "what the fuck is he talking about?"

Alexa: I'm sorry, I prefer not to answer that.



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