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I had a lovely — but very lazy — day, so I’ve got none of the usual pseudo-philosophical ramblings. But since I committed to posting something every day, here’s a deconstruction of my Saturday.
6:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
First, I did a bit of Web surfing. I was saddened to read about the most recent case of self-immolation in Saudi Arabia. But the discovery of JetHead’s blog at least ended my morning’s reading on a humorous note.
8 a.m. to about 10 a.m.
Then, I updated my Blurb books.
11 a.m. to noon
It took everything I had to motivate myself to NordicTrack. To pass the time, I watched Dancing Across Borders. The film was marvelous in many ways, but disquieting in others. I’ll have to watch it again before I comment further.
Noon to 4 p.m.
Esteban and I took a nap and then did a bit of housecleaning. (I just *love* watching him vacuum.)
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
I joined my dear friend Pam for a birthday/Christmas/friendship celebration at Kindee. (Though I call it Okindee because that’s how it looks on their logo.)
As usual, Pam was far too generous. Among her many wonderful gifts was Daniel Butler’s lovely book, How to Plant a Tree. Very fitting, since Pam and I have declared 2011 The Year of the Tree, Part 2. The birds will just have to wait.
Among my favorite topics of conversation this evening: Star Trek! I’ve known Pam for maybe 15 years and I never knew until tonight that she’s also a closet Trekkie. (And yes, we had the inevitable discussion of “Kirk vs. Picard.”)
10:30 p.m. to 11:45 p.m.
Esteban was still out with his friends when I got home, so I squeezed in my P64 exercise just under the wire. This week’s color was “chestnut.” Of all the things in my home, I think my beloved Filofax came closest:
Well, that’s my summary of a lazy Saturday. Back tomorrow with some Deep Thoughts and Eternal Truths!