Wait, no, three things.
Thing 1. For some reason, I became convinced several weeks ago that I wanted to roast carrots with thin slices of ginger. Well, fine. Ginger is available in root form, a form that soothes my cross-contamination worried mind, at my grocery. The carrots didn't really work, and then I was left with a significant amount of ginger root, which smelled amazing and seemed a shame to waste. After a lot of thinking, I made ginger syrup. And now I make myself a tonic of ginger syrup, lime wedge, and sparkling water after dinner. I put it in a tiny cup and enjoy it quite a lot.
Thing 2. I need to do some work on a thing for work. I don't care about it, but my supervisor does. I'm trying to care about that more, and succeeding a little. I'm going to do this almost right now and then get to bed.
Thing 3. I want to go to the library. The books I'd like to check out are Guns, Germs, and Steel, The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic, and The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving: A Novel.
I need to get on that. But first, to work!