I am the local man. Everything I do, I do right here at the local level.
Whether it's mowing the yard, going for milk, voting, on and on, it's all done locally, where I live.
When I get up in the morning, I'm right here, locally based. It's a very compact way to live, but it's a good way. It's what I'm used to.
The activities are the same over and over. But that's what life is. I get up, tend to the animals, do all my personal things, get a bagel and some milk, maybe some tea. Like that. All this I do locally.
I took the garbage out. That's something that needs to be done. I almost forgot, then I remembered.
The garbage included some things that really needed to go out. I'd hate to keep them around for another week. The garbage included some bags of cat poop and used litter, a bunch of dog duty that I clean up dutifully each time, as well as the usual kitchen stuff, old tomato tops and bottoms, bones from food, oily paper towels, spent teabags, and so on.
We have a local garbage service that runs it as a business, hiring people, then putting them on a regular schedule. They get the job done.