Nothing to worry about with short term use especially if aware of the consequences of long term use.Wow. That's sad, scary stuff. After surgery a few years ago, they gave me a prescription for a small qty of powerful painkillers. Thankfully I did not need them. I really didn't want any exposure to something that might make your body go "Yup, that's it, we NEED more of that."
Today was a productive day. We got a whole bunch of errands done. And we went to a local breakfast place that we like, our first time actually eating at a restaurant since March. We had masks, and sat outside in their covered area, we were the only people there when we sat down. Eventually 2 other tables were also occupied, at the other end of the tent. It was nice, though I admit I'm apprehensive about doing it again. But the place is doing take-out, so we could pick something up, and eat at home.
Nothing exciting for the rest of the day. Earlier in the week I'd bought some 3-way switches, and I figured out how to wire those up to run the new 12V LED lights in the shed. The switches work properly, and I got boxes mounted for them, with cover plates. So the lights are ready to use, at either shed door. Hopefully the solar maintainer will keep the old car battery topped-off, after I use them.
I'm off this coming week, and my wife has a light schedule. The time off will be nice, even though we don't have much by way of plans. We're not getting together with anyone for Thanksgiving, it'll just be us and the cat.
I see too many oportunities for infection when in resturants and have been staying away from them.
Glad you got the lights up and hope it works well for you. Great idea on the whole setup.