OK, time for a fast Scattered Saturday post before I get back to enjoying my Saturday. Full disclosure: It has not been such a great Saturday for the most part — entirely my fault, but please don’t judge. Oh, all right, go ahead and judge. Shake your head, or your finger, or your booty at me. Tell me I’m a worthless human being! Call me out for whining! Even — good heavens, not that! — stop reading my blog!
Got that out of my system. Regular readers cannot be surprised if I become a trifle, shall we say, dramatic. I am in the midst of putting together an interactive murder mystery dinner theatre (I am responsible for the theatre, not the dinner), and I am in the midst of writing another one. By the time that’s finished, it may be time to audition for the summer Shakespeare production with LiFT, Little Falls’ theatre company. I am so ready to speak forsoothly again!
Be all that as it may, I am getting to the good part of my Saturday, but I will give a quick overview of what went before. My wonderful husband, Steven, and I were able to sleep in a bit, because he did not have to be to work till eleven. I found some postcards I thought I had already sent so had a good selection to pick from for my weekly postcard writing activity. The main problem I have with the postcards is that I get tired of writing them after three or four, and there are more people I would like to send them to. I thought I might write more later in the day but have yet to do any such thing.
When Steven went to work, I drove to the post office to mail the above mentioned cards, then when to Cliff’s Local Market (formerly Nice-n-Easy) to use the ATM. From there I drove into Ilion to Cornerstone Consignment, where they were having a sale. I need a fabulous dress for Secrets at Suiter House, my upcoming murder mystery, and I would like a 1920’s-ish dress, in case I find an occasion to wear one in the near future. As it happened, I found a couple of dresses that might have worked, but I just could not work up the oomph to try them on. Fairly disgusted with myself, I went home.
At home, I managed to do a couple of chores (too boring to mention) and studied my murder mystery lines for a while. Eventually it was time to walk to Asteroga Ale House, where I had plans to meet Steven when he got off work. That was a nice little walk, and a nice interlude at the Ale House. I may write a full blog post about that in the near future.
In the meantime, I am over 450 words. I call that quite respectable for a Scattered Saturday. As I mentioned earlier, I am getting to a very enjoyable part of the evening: sweats on, bra off (don’t you DARE say TMI!), glass of wine to hand, and true crime show on TV. Once I pick up my crochet, my life will be perfect. Happy Saturday, all!