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We spent Thanksgiving Day with Jean & Marshall and their son & their nephew, and also Kim, who met when we were up at the bridge on Labor Day. There was a ton of delicious food and it was a cozy comfortable day hanging out with everyone and just chatting and taking it easy. It was going on midnight by the time we left; we played Ingress on the drive home and as a result it was very late by the time we got back to our house. So late that I took the night off from exercise and went to bed not all that much later.
Saturday's Classic Cartoon Festival was enjoyable. I think this was the fifth one the Redford has sponsored and at least the third one we've managed to attend. I recognized a few of the cartoons, but far fewer of them than I expected. And even when I recognized the characters, I didn't necessarily remember the specific film. I recognized Popeye and his girl friend, but not the setting. I did remember Tex Avery's The Peachy Cobbler (1950) about the kindly cobbler and the birds that come to his rescue, and the charming Hardrock, Coco and Joe seemed familiar.
I'd hoped to visit my mom over the weekend, but she said she wasn't up for even a few hours visit. That was fine with me as I'm not feeling great either. I'm not sick what I am is off my allergy meds. I will be undergoing an allergy panel this Thursday I have to have gone without shots for two weeks. No OTC allergy remedies either.
There's probably more I meant to say, but I'm too tired to think of what that might be.
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