Well, yesterday it rained. All day. A steady, soaking rain fell from morning to night across Central PA. The temps hovered in the upper 40s (F) to low 50s (F). As a result, I did very little. For some odd reason, I kept thinking that it felt like some forlorn Sunday, where it's easier to just spend the time in a mini-hibernation, rather than waste the energy to do anything.
Today will be different. I go to work. The clouds are still going to be covering the sky, and drizzles and showers are to predicted, so I'm anticipating a day of a slowness. Hopefully, I won't have any customers to call. I'm a staunch believer of calling customers when the time is right. That week between Christmas and New Years? Kids are home from school. Many take vacation. Contractors aren't working. It's that space of time when life moves out into left field and it's better to observe the game instead of participating. Not that people don't move. I am. I'm going to work.
I was going to post a picture of the Shepherd's Pie I made, but that will happen tomorrow because I went to the movies last night. Finally, something was playing at my local theater that I wanted to go see. And what was it? The Boys in the Boat; the story of the University of Washington's Junior Boat team going to the 1936 Olympics in Germany and beating Hitlers Nazi team. This is a feel good movie and I'm certain most people in the audience knew where it was going right from the beginning. And it was fun! One thing that did surprise me was the number of people in the audience. There were a lot. Sometimes people prefer the "should see" movie, instead of the "must see" movie.