It’s that time on a Sunday when all I want to do is settle down with a glass of wine, my knitting, and watch Snapped, and I remember I have not yet done my blog post. And Snapped isn’t on! We find a Snapped On Demand and I try to type in a fast Wrist to Forehead Sunday post so I can get back to my activities of choice.
It has actually been a delightful Sunday. I worked for a half hour in the yard and got quite a lot done. Steven was happy when he came home and saw the progress I had made. I got the dishes done, took a shower, and put on a cute outfit (although perhaps I flatter myself). I made myself a cup of tea and worked on my novel. I finished a letter to a friend, wrote my weekly postcards and walked to the post office, taking a convoluted route home to make a 35 minute walk.
After Steven got home, we went to Little Falls to the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts for a reading featuring two local authors, one of whom is a theatre friend of mine. That was fun; I must write a full post about it. Then we had a delightful dinner at Ruggiero’s Trattoria. Yum! While Steven stepped outside to smoke a cigarette, I wrote a few more notes on my novel. Maybe if I ever finish one and publish it, I can have a reading at the Center for the Arts.
So I’m going to hit Publish and call this a Scattered Sunday. After all, I have knitting to do, wine to drink, and Snapped to watch. Happy Sunday, everyone!