I thought I would open today’s post with a picture of my husband and me, since today is our anniversary. It is, in fact, a mere Scattered Saturday post. In the past, I may have made a remark or two about what a swell fellow he is, so I’ll just pass that by today. For one reason, I want to get this posted and return to the movie watching portion of the day.
After sleeping in till a leisurely almost 6 a.m., I had a cup of coffee and went running. I had not run since Sunday (judge me if you are so inclined), but this one felt really good. I will try not to have such a long layoff this time. I had, of course, meant to do a Running Commentary post, but after stretching, showering, finding something to wear, eating breakfast, etc., etc., I was more into writing my post cards and walking to the post office with them.
While on my run, I had noticed that Herkimer Reformed Church (on the Historic Four Corners, which I love to run by) was having a rummage sale. Perfect! Steven and I walked to the post office, then up Main Street to the rummage sale. I had also noticed that the Episcopal Church in Ilion was having a rummage sale, so we also got into the car and headed to that. We did not find much at either sale, but I did pick up video tapes of Day of the Triffids and The Bride, two Halloween movies I have never seen all the way through. It’s so retro and kitschy to buy videotapes!
Later on, we went to the Taste of the Valley fundraiser at the St. Francis DiPaola Society in Frankfort. Yum! I could (and might) write a whole blog post about that. Then it was back home and on to the bra off, sweats on, movie watching portion of the evening. I could go on to make this a Saturday Cinema post and share pictures of the movies we’ve watched thus far (we’re on flick #3 now), but I think I will wait for the future and write about all we watch (I do hope we get to flick 4 and 5).
In the meantime, Happy Anniversary to my beloved husband, and Happy Saturday to my beloved readers. I hope to see you all on Sunday, which I daresay will not be particularly Wrist to Forehead.