I have waited till too late on a Saturday night to make anything but a short, foolish Scattered Saturday post. Of course, it is not that late an hour for most people; 8:13 p.m. used to feel fairly early for me, too. However, I have been up since 5:30 a.m., which, regular readers may recall, is sleeping in for me.
Where was I? Ah yes, nowhere in particular. I went for a pretty good run this morning, in spite of 10 degree weather (according to the blinky sign in front of Trinity Lutheran Church on German Street). I felt sufficiently bad-ass about that. Full Disclosure: it was not a bad run at all; I wore sufficient layers that only my face was cold.
Later in the day, Kim, Steven and I went to Meeples Mug House in Little Falls for Brainstorming the Bard, an event for LiFT, the Little Falls Theatre Company. We aim to bring summer Shakespeare back to the Little Falls area. More about that endeavor soon!
The weather was rather frightful, so our event was not as well attended as we had hoped. Also, after we met, we did not go out to dinner as I had wanted to. Going home was the more sensible choice.
I took this picture to send to Kim, because she gave me the socks and I was not sure she had noticed I was wearing them. She had noticed.
Back home, I cooked baked macaroni and cheese. Steven and I watched a Svengoolie we had DVR’d, and now I am listening to Snapped while I type this (as Truman Capote once said, that’s not writing, that’s typing).
Now I am up to date and over 250 words. Happy Saturday, everyone!