Forget the promise to self to find time to update this blog regularly. I can’t seem to find the time, or the inspiration, or both. Anyway, let me recap what has happened in between posts.
- Well, it was Rox-(bo)Sox in the finals despite my wish to see an Indians-Rox match-up, and in the end the experience and talent of the Sox were much too much for the eager rookies (in terms of World Series) to overcome. I suppose it was time they win more than one; heck, they had a very long long wait for the first one, right.
- Why am I not very upset that it was really Sara Tancredi’s head on the box and that yes, because of some stupid contract/money matters, she’s out of Michael’s life? Okay, I join the many others out there who think this is the biggest boo-boo and want to stop the writers in giving Michael a new love interest. Come on, I invested two years of my time on the Mi-Sa angle. OMG, my husband will think I finally lost my mind when he reads this post.
- Netflix delivered AEON FLUX and surprisingly I quite enjoyed it. It had gotten a lot of bad reviews that I didn’t add it to our Netflix queue, but hubby did, and I am glad he did.
- I got an email from an old colleague who has been battling breast cancer for quite some time. I was very happy to hear from her.
- I moved to a bigger office with windows.
- I went on a leaf-peeping drive, watched the colorful leaves with tongue hanging out, breathed in the crisp mountain air, enjoyed the local color, and tasted wonderfully home made chocolate mousse cake from a small deli/candy store.
- Visited an old friend in the hospital. He was looking good, hope he remains in better health.
Life has been busy, really busy lately and this means less time to write. Will try to do better next time.
(Just had an earthquake. Local news came out with preliminary report saying it was a 5.6 magnitude. Once the earth shakes, my nerves follow suit. I had to stop blogging, step away from the computer and confirm if it was really an earthquake. Hubby is downstairs in the dining room carving a pumpkin; he too felt it. )