A rather funny title for this post because these days, an adventure means that we simply left the house. Progress. Usually we spend too much time running around so the fact that things have slowed down is really a good thing. So, what do we have planned for today?
Church! This morning’s service is special in that we have former Dodger Darryl Strawberry in attendance. We had planned to attend in person but now I am having trouble getting everyone to go. Maybe we’ll go. Maybe we’ll watch online. Still not sure.
After that, we will grab lunch or a late breakfast and head off to the Petersen Automotive Museum. Guys and cars. What can I say?
Not sure what we will do after that. Tacos were mentioned.
This is the week before my daughter and I leave for camp. There may be some prep stuff involved with that and then at the end of the week there is a “volunteer thank you” at my church which should be fun.
I am so proud of myself. I promised to get through my review copies and I’ve been doing great with that. I just finished Wintering by Peter Geye. Quite good. Before that I finished Firefly Summer by Nan Rossiter. Also, very good. Reviews coming soon.
I just started The Long Goodbye by Raymond Chandler and I am kind of loving it.
Big read along news:
A group of us will tackle this beast in July. Who is with us? The Fireman by Joe Hill is a chunk of a book so if you plan to read it, then why not read it with us?
I’ve been channel flipping lately. I’ve seen bits of Jaws, Seinfeld, a documentary about a missing ship, way, way too much news and I was very sad when I saw Babar listed in the U-verse guide only to find out that I do not get the channel.
I made some crazy good dip this week for chips. I made Grilled Chicken salads one night, pasta another night and breakfast for dinner. My creativity is tapped out though. Dinner has become this boring meal. The kids are out of school and they are eating later in the day which messes me up for dinner. I cook it and then no one wants to eat it.
Quiet evenings. It’s been nice to just come home and do nothing.
What’s your Sunday looking like? Your week? Any special trips? Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!