When I wasn't at work or asleep, I spent my time trying to get stuff off the DVR and crocheting cat beds and washing laundry. I took Friday night off from both crochet and exercise, going to see The Maltese Falcon with jebra. I was surprised at how little I remembered of the movie but I thoroughly enjoyed it. And I was shocked the next morning when my blood sugar came in at 98 since I'd had Taco Bell for dinner then gorged myself on malted milk balls and popcorn and ginger ale during the show.
On Saturday I slept in and stayed home to clean and work on cat beds while jebra went to Game Day. I watched every episode of Leah Remini's show I had on the DVR and hoped to start on catching up on Night Watch but ran out of time. I did manage to get in my daily hack (Ingress) and to ride my exercise bike for 45 minutes or so.
We slept in on Sunday, with me getting up around 1:30. jebra asked if I wanted oatmeal for breakfast and started making it, before remembering that he'd used of the last of it on Saturday. He offered to go to Trader Joe's and buy more and I said I'd go with him if we'd stop at St Vincent de Paul's first (so that I could donate the box of stuff I'd gathered up over the previous two weeks. He said yes, so we got our stuff together and headed out. By this point it was around 3 pm, and in between St. Vinnie's and Trader Joe's I mentioned that if I deployed three more mods to a portal (Ingress, again), I'd earn a gold badge. So we played Ingress on the way to the store and on the way home which lead to it being 6:30 before we got home with our oats (and other groceries). We skipped the oatmeal and had baked beans instead.
After dinner I finished another cat bed, biked my way through Friday night's Dr. Phil, then took my shower and got ready for bed.
Monday was work followed by band for jebra and biking, and tv and crochet for me. Tuesday was a repeat of Monday, although band practice on Tuesday was with the jazz band, not the concert band.
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