Just got an Instacart fill, which is something I've more or less come to depend on since COVID started, and I began using them, and it is such a good thing to have when I am 100% car-less (always have been, my whole life), and because getting groceries a few blocks away by-foot is just that: by-foot. I can't carry 8 bags of groceries home, and I can't make multiple trips with two bags at a time (my shoulders get strained when doing three bags or more). So, this service is more or less critical these days.
Anyway, loaded up now. Good to go.
I shopped phones a little bit ago, as the Moto G7 Power is three years old now, and I have the feeling that when it craps out, not if but when, that is will be cooked, for sure, so I need to consider getting a new frugally-priced phone soon. Either Motorola G Power (2022) or Nokia G50. Those two phones are priced between $200-$250, have 6.5 inch (or higher) displays, and those are basically my only requirements for a phone. LOL! The "low point" with both options, is that they both ship with Android 11 :( I think Android 14 just came out or is on the way. But, for my purposes, the latest OS is not required, because I run Android 10 on my G7 Power now and it is 100% capable. I just need a (sturdy) thing that will get the basics done - the basics of a modern smartphone, that is. I'm not jumping into feature (dumb) phone territory or anything.
Anyway, it is between those two models. Not sure when I'll get one or the other.