Last week I totally forgot to write a Sunday post. I was busy but it didn’t even dawn on me to write it up. This week I promised I would not forget and here I am.
I am in a strange mood. A lazy mood. I just want to spend my days on the couch with a blanket. It’s been rainy here but in California that never lasts long. And to be honest, I am never lazy so I don’t even know why I said that. I am always doing something. Even if I am a couch potato I am organizing a drawer or cleaning out my purse. What is wrong with me?
Coffee has been poured down my gullet. Toast has been had. Avocado toast because avocado toast sprinkled with seasoned salt is best. It’s a tournament day so it will be spent in a gym most of the day. Hoping the girls do well. I don’t care for the drive though.
My daughter attended an overnight theater competition on Friday-Saturday so now it’s just rehearsals for Oliver and Oklahoma. Club volleyball is still going strong but ends in June. The year is going by so fast it will be here before we know it but then right when it ends summer camp for high school volleyball begins. Hope she makes the team again.
Still reading Future Home of the Living God and I must say, it’s become quite interesting. The world is ending, sounds like humans are reverting to apes and a woman is pregnant. There you go. Not sure how it will all play out.
The Walking Dead just got interesting again. Some weird woman joined the cast. She could be Eugene’s long lost sister. I jest but seriously! She is the female version Eugene and it’s creeping me out. She promises a better future filled with windmills/turbines. She hands Maggie a “how-to” book for the apocalypse. Hello! Red flags everywhere so pay attention.
I made a yummy gluten-free, vegan pesto pasta the other night with sun dried tomatoes and wilted spinach. Very good. I also made Chicken Cacciatore over rice. Grilled cheese and tomato soup will be enjoyed some time this week. Curry chicken as well.
All of the friends I have made through blogging. I interact with so many of you on a given day. You offer words of support to me each and every day when I am feeling down and we talk about books. What can be better than that? Thank you!