Here I sit, on my couch, looking at a Snapped On Demand and hoping to make a Wrist to Forehead Sunday post before I completely run out of oomph. It might be touch and go.
I began today fired with ambition. After some coffee, a look at Facebook, and a few games of solitaire (with a deck of cards, as God intended), I ran in place on the mini-tramp for 33 minutes. I watched another Snapped On Demand while I ran. Then what could I do? Laundry? Go to the grocery store? Have a Mohawk Valley adventure suitable for an article in Mohawk Valley Living magazine? The possibilities seemed endless.
Eventually Steven and I went to a late breakfast at The Knight Spot in Frankfort, NY, which I may write about. I took a few pictures just in case. Either way it was an excellent breakfast. After that we stopped at Valley Wine and Liquor, because we both enjoy a glass of wine on a Sunday (and other days, don’t judge). Back home, I put in a load of laundry and we settled down to watch a movie.
We watched Bette Davis in The Letter, which I recently recorded on DVR. That is a really good movie. After that I wanted a shorter flick so suggested Bride of Frankenstein.
And that brings us to the present moment. I’m kind of wishing I had paused my episode of Snapped while I typed this, but one can’t always think of everything. The important thing is that I am approaching 300 words, and I call that more than respectable for a Wrist to Forehead Sunday. I hope you are all having a lovely end of your weekend.