Yes, it is that moment of a Saturday when I want to make my Scattered Saturday Post and get on with my evening. This will be fast if not furious. Here goes…
I slept in till after 6 a.m. Yay, weekend! And I woke up with a terrible headache, which made me feel distinctly ill-used, because I did NOT tie one on Friday night. Next Friday I may drink my head off, because if I am going to have the headache anyways, I may as well have a good reason for it. Be that as it may, I tried not to let the pain completely ruin my day.
I went running, which makes three days in a row. Alas, three was not the charm, because the run was not fun and did not feel wonderful. Still, I did it, so I could feel good about that, at least. A shower felt good, and Steven and I pondered our options for the day. Tentative plans changed after a phone call to my Mom. She said my sister had been going to call me to ask that I pick up rolls for a family gathering on Sunday (baptism of my adorable great-niece, Evie. Yay!). Suddenly a trip to Heidelberg Bakery was on the agenda.
Just to make things perfect, I saw in the Utica OD that a church in Middleville was having a rummage sale. We love rummage sales! Our plan was set: breakfast at Heidelberg, then on to Middleville for the rummage sale. That was fun, but, alas, my headache did not go away.
Back home, I laid down with my face thing on (I have this thing my Mom got me; it has herbs or something in it, you heat it up in the microwave and lay down with it on your face), and took a nap. That helped.
After the nap and a cup of hot tea (yay cooler weather!), I went with my friend Kim to a Lambrusco tasting at Valley Wine and Liquor in Herkimer. I knew Kim would like Lambrusco, because it is sweet. She is all the time going to tastings with me where nothing but dry is available, so I was happy to go to a tasting she would like. Then we walked all over the store looking for a bottle wine that would be appropriate to bring to the cast party of Shattered Angel. Could we find anything with an angel on the label? NO, of course not! We finally settled on a bottle of Dr. Frank Konstantin Riesling, because the accused in the play was examined by DOCTORS. Also it was a nod to our dear friend, Julianne Allen, recently deceased, who was supposed to be in the play and who loved Riesling.
Next we went to Asteroga Ale House for a drink. Steven joined us, so that was an enjoyable interlude. Now I am at home, looking at Forensic Files in a desultory fashion and soon to begin the movie watching portion of the evening. I hope all my readers are also having an enjoyable Saturday.