A local restaurant supply company is open to the public and sells whites, yolks, and whole eggs in two-quart containers or five-gallon boxes. I can see why that would make sense to save time (and possible eggshells in recipes) if you are cooking a large volume at a time.
There are also Ask-a-vet services online, which can help a lot with knowing what home care to do and how much to worry. I think the last time I used one, it cost about $40.
My daughter was working on an assignment and the cat walked in front of her screen and lay down on her paper at least five times.
Every spot in my local library’s parking lot was full yesterday at lunchtime. It was like trying to find parking at a mall right before Christmas.
It also has a 3-D printer, computer lab, video production lab, and numerous other resources. That said, every spot in the parking lot was full yesterday, and all of those areas were nearly empty. People were there for the study rooms and the books.
See: Agile Development. The industry has settled on door # 1.
I’m not impressed with this strip either, but the libraries and public transit in my town both get heavy use. Our library system has a makerspace with 3-D printers, industrial sewing machines and laser engravers, and a video production lab. It has computer labs, e-books, meeting rooms, and tons of clubs. Even with all that, what gets used the most is the books.
My daughter’s friend decided to go as a skater girl one Halloween. She didn’t bring a skateboard, so she was getting dirty looks for the first block. Then she gratefully accepted my witch hat and robe.
I’m sure The Family’s sentiments are completely sincere and come with happy nose boops, though, so it’s all good.
I could take Valentine’s day or leave it until the 9 years when my kids were in elementary school. They were required to provide valentines to the entire class and make a mailbox each year. I hated the level of effort to give out insincere sentiments.