Despite the brand name reminding me of that God-forsaken base in central Air Force base in central Texas where I had a short and unhappy posting many years ago, that black Goodfellow hoodie that I bought at Target a couple of weeks ago for just 20$ was just the thing I needed. It would have been just the thing for a chilly morning like this (32F). Unfortunately, though, it seems to have gone missing within the past couple of days. Old age and forgetfulness? There's not many places in my room it could be hiding. All I can figure is I might have had it stashed in my backpack, and then took it out when I went grocery shopping to make room for groceries, and forgot to put it back. Would it be worth the trouble to check at New Seasons? I've no idea.
Anyway, I'll improvise some other way to stay warm. I *have* been getting more conscientious about keeping my room tidy, with the benefit that at least I didn't have to spend two hours rummaging around looking for the wayward sweater last night.
Genesis 3:24 has been bothering me. "... and He stationed the angels east of the Garden of Eden": Why there? If the Garden was "in the east", then man's approach would have been from the west. But Steinsaltz says [kedem] could also refer to "the front of the garden, in whatever direction it may have been", which makes sense.
Anyway, on with the day. Mission for the day is to get through it and have some fun.