Mom wants to go to the library and do various other shopping. We will head out soon.
Later: I got gasoline for my car. I got 10 cent and 3 cent stamps to go with all the 30-odd and 40-odd cent stamps I'd found in a box. I already had 1 and 2 cent stamps. I'll piece it together. The fellow who helped me at the post office said that the rate was going up to 50 cents in January. I got some Forever stamps the other day, so I'll be good that way.
We stopped at the library so I could drop off some books that were due. We went to Target, where Mom was looking for warm crew socks or knee-highs. She ended up getting a three-pack of crew socks with various designs. By that point we were exhausted, and Mom was ready for lunch.
I caught up with some e-mail and computer stuff, but it wasn't like yesterday, when I was trying to make sure I had downloaded a copy of each Loose Id book I'd ordered since 2008. I finished Hollis Shiloh's ESRB short story.