If nothing else, Covid has really heightened my disappointment in people's common sense and selflessness.
At least I get my first shot of the vaccine in 12 hours.
In unrelated news, I realized that my freezer had too much stuff in it, so pulled out the oldest piece of meat to cook last night. Turned out it was a massive pork shoulder, which means I have a ton of leftovers of cold pork now. Not shredded, which frankly would be easier to get my family to eat. And it won't shred easily now without losing even more moisture. Anybody have any good leftover pork recipes they'd like to share? The kids won't do regular sandwiches, and I already have a ton of chili in my freezer. I'm coming up blank.