I pause in our viewing of Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) to make my Scattered Saturday post. I had been going to do a Saturday Running Commentary, and we took a nice walk, making a Pedestrian Post perfectly eligible. But I thought waiting till later in the day and posting during a movie would be fun, too.
My run was actually very good, even though I woke up with a headache. I had coffee, Gatorade, and water before the run. The headache did not slow me down but neither did it go away during the run. You’ll have that sometimes. After writing a few post cards, Steven graciously agreed to go for a walk with me. We first walked to First Source Federal Credit Union to deposit a check, going by way of some construction at the end of our street, so we could check the progress. I think it’s going to be a while.
We cut through Meyers Park to get to the post office. Before I mailed my cards, I noted on the bulletin board a program at the Herkimer County Historical Society to be given by Sue Perkins, society director, on Wednesday, June 20 (preview of coming attractions). I told Steven I would like to go.
“What’s it about?” he asked.
“I don’t remember, but Sue Perkins, Historical Society, that’s all I need to know.” I later noted in the paper it is about how Herkimer used to look vs. how it looks now. I am quite interested.
After the post office, we stopped at Basloe Library, then went home. A short time later we left again to pick up a prescription of mine at The Medicine Shoppe in Illion, with Steven making a quick foray into Ilion Wine and Liquor. My headache still had not gone away, so I laid down for a while when we got home again.
I guess we did not do such a lot to make this a really good Scattered Saturday post. Maybe more of a Slacker Saturday? No matter. There are movies to be watched and wine to be enjoyed. Happy Saturday, everyone.