I had green tea in the morning.
I eventually sat under the sunlight-effect lamp while using the computer.
Mom and I went to an Entenmann's outlet and got lots of baked goods. Then we went to a grocery store that will be closing soon. Sections of it were pretty well cleared out, and they had liquidation sale signs. I got a Boston cream pie and mango-passionfruit herbal tea. The pie wasn't on sale, but the tea was.
Mom dropped me off at home, and went to another grocery store in the same chain that was going to stay open. I tried the pie and the tea. The pie fell apart when I cut it and tried to eat it, but it was still tasty. The tea was good.
Mom came home and said that the cashier rang up the price for chicken wrong, although chicken was on sale. She'd checked with someone who worked in the meat section of the store to be sure. The cashier (and their supervisor?) called the person in the meat department. Mom said it took a long time before they gave her the sale price for the chicken. That was why she liked the grocery store that is closing better.
We watched "Wheels." It's up there among my favorite first season episodes, mostly because of Kurt.
Later: I talked with A. for an hour and a half.