The last few days have been discombobulated. It is one of my favorite words to say but it describes things perfectly. Work has been crazy. Life has been crazy. Things have been a bit off kilter in my place since the party. Finally, things are getting back to normal, what ever that is.
I went to gym before work 2 times this week, which is a miracle in itself. I hope to go early tomorrow morning too to a Ball Buster class. I love those workouts.
Food wise, it has been up and down. Chips left over from the party and a little hunger, bad. I am finally breaking into a beer from last week, Magic Hat #9. As I type this, I went quickly to OkCupid and am being barraged by 20 year olds or the “why don’t you come over now” crowd.
Tonight, I went out to dinner with Dad to Tennessee’s BBQ. The food is good and Dad loves it. He was talkative and talking to some of the people at the other tables. I am not so outgoing and would totally have a hard time doing that. I am sort of introverted but Dad is a full blown extrovert and tit has been dying to get out.
I had some beef brisket with a side of BBQ beans and cucumber salad with corn bread. I liked it a lot but it was a lot of food.
Tomorrow is the Rhode Island Sheep & Wool festival at Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol. I will have lots of pictures because the camera comes out for sheep and wool!
I have decided to do a new thing. I have been finding lots of messages on bottle caps lately and I like most of them. Today’s bottle cap wisdom is from a bottle of Honest Tea Lori’s Lemon Tea, a favorite of mine.
“A man should never be ashamed to say he has been wrong, which is but saying in other words that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.” – Alexander Pope