Decision Fatigue

Well, reports have begun to trickle in that PBS is airing promos for the television episode it filmed at PJP in May. The producers haven’t alerted me of an official air date just yet, so in the interim, I’ll be low-key living in fear that one night I’ll be flipping through the channels and land upon programming that features me talking about…well, me. And PJP. GULP. There are two types of people in this world - those who enjoy viewing themselves on television and those who don’t. File Jeanne and I away in the latter.

In other news not related to harsh self-judgment, I participated in a multitude of PJP related conversations today. Those include, but are not limited to: branded bottle water, fiber Internet, inventory tracking, Cat5 cables, glass break sensors, dough sheeters, garage sales, and refrigerator doors. And in short, I finished my day with decision fatigue.

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On the upside, I posted details today for our first ever PJP Garage sale on Sunday, August 11th. Our main goal is to really not pack all sorts of items for the move and then wonder why we ever brought with us. For example, did you know that we have 18 unopened glass cake plates with domes because it seemed legit at the time of purchase? WE DON’T EVEN MAKE CAKES. (But we do like to shop, so I see how it happened.)

I’m 100% not interested in rolling all those across the parking lot in the late summer heat to our new location. Or any the other one million things we’ve stowed away that made total sense at some point over the last five years. I can’t promise you what we will have available for sale, but I can promise you that it will be interesting. You might even leave with decision fatigue yourself…