Journal Entry September 23, 2009: Weight = 172.6; Coinage = $.91, 41 pennies, 2 nickels, 4 dimes; Ground Scores = 8; Best coinage find = two dimes found at Lowes Home Store parking lot. By parking in the farthest spot from the door, I was able to add steps for fitness and search the parking lot for coins, thus the two dimes.
Journal Entry September 24, 2009: Weight = 172.2; Coinage = $1.37, 17 pennies, 2 dimes, 4 quarters; Glass bottles = 6; Ground Scores = 3; Best Coinage find = 3 quarters at a university parking lot, one with a self pay vending arm that lifts as you exit. Takes only quarters. I arrived just after a class break with heavy exiting. What is the psychology? Oophs, dropped a quarter, but with all these people behind me, let it go. Another quarter was found during a residual walk to the post office.
Feature Entry: Last night I dreamed that I found a small wad of one dollar bills at the Mid City Car Wash. This led me to Google to see how the pros interpret dreams about money. We will visit only one aspect, finding money on the street. They say: “Finding money: Realizing something valuable; gaining power; release from stress or 'down' feelings - in that we feel excited and uplift on finding money.” I say: “The MoneyWalker is spending too much time thinking about his new grossed out behavior of searching for token coins in the Mid City Car Wash vacuum cannisters.” Ms. MoneyWalker agrees.
We may be off the air for several days, visiting grandchildren out East.