last week my flat rate board game boxes finally arrived from the USPS. i thought i ordered 2 boxes but turns out it was 2 cartons, each containing 25 boxes. i didn't even need them since i already found a box to ship out the broken HDTV circuit board.
i went to harvard square in the late afternoon to pick up a 10 oz. insulated foogo (thermos) food jar ($10) i ordered through walmart. walmart seems to have a special deal through fedex where they'll send packages for free to the local fedex office for pickup - in my case harvard square. after i picked up the shipment, i went to the bank of america office to cancel my bank account. i thought i cancelled it a few years ago, but i still keep on getting statements. turns out it was a legacy line of credit ($1200) dating back to 1996 (baybank? fleet? back before all the mergers).
for dinner i heated up some leftover risotto. david came home close to midnight. he said he left me a message. i thought he meant e-mail but instead it was a text message, which i didn't even notice. he said he was going to work tomorrow and then maybe going to the symphony with a friend. i asked him if he'd be interested in some chinatown dim sum for lunch and he said yes.
i posted a listing on craig's list for the game board boxes. i want to say this was my first time selling, but actually doing it reminded me that i sold items before for SCS, in the early day's of craig's list (2004). but this was the first time i was selling something personally (and not actually selling since i'm giving away things for free). i didn't expect a response so soon but somebody got in touch with me later in the evening, asking if s/he could have the boxes. i told the person i could leave the cartons outside my doorstep.