And today is Sunday, and it's raining, a slow drizzle. This is, I believe, the forecast for today. Business in the flooring department should be... rather uneventful. However, even in the rain, the Garden Department is going to be buzzing. Tis the season of mulch. And patio furniture. And grills, both types, gas and charcoal. My Mom, for some reason, pronounced charcoal as sharcoal. Maybe she thought it sophisticated. I will never know.
For those interested, I had a bowl of peanut butter cup ice cream for breakfast. Delicious. I didn't have to cook. I'm going through one of my high caloric junk food phases. They happen from time to time. Thoughts of calories, and fat percentages, and carbs go flying out the window. And, unlike some, I never regret these times. I also don't mind the exercise which will be needed to work off the damages done.
The Oscars are tonight. I might watch some of the show. I saw so few movies last year, and so I don't have my normal interest. This is the year of the small film. Dramas. I'm not a big drama person, and I will admit I don't understand why some are drawn to the genre. Let's be honest. This past year has been overflowing with drama, why on earth would you want to immerse yourself in more? Do some need to prove that fictional characters have it worse then them? Or is it for the same reason my Mom said sharcoal rather then charcoal.
Here's one of my tulips to brighten your day!
wish the anti-vaxxers would die sooner rather than later. LOVE the tulip!ReplyDelete
That'll never happen, they're cursed to slowly suffer and then become long haulers so they never forget.Delete
I like your idea for breakfast, and I'm like you, I really don't care about the calories if I enjoy it. Sadly it's been happening a bit too often but .... there's time to sort that out later right?ReplyDelete
As long as I can work things off, I don't care either.Delete
I too had ice cream for breakfast...a yummy caramel drumstick. The last week has been like that - a carb fest. I attribute it to the full moon. Totally agree with you about the dramas.ReplyDelete
Especially after four years of Loser #45 where drama was a daily occurrence.Delete
I think I read were only 30%. I get my first jab this week.ReplyDelete
Rain? It's bright and sunny here, I getting ready for bacon and Madagascar vanilla waffles. Ill run it off later.
I doubt Ill watch any of the Oscars.
We'll never hit herd immunity in this country because of the Republicans, who will suffer through this for the next thirty years.Delete