Music: Fred Hersch, Alive at the Vanguard (played at home on the stereo).
Plans: to drive south and see the historian's son's family in Lehi. Denied (see: Weather.)
Viewing: Les Miz (with my daughters. Full of singing?). Rerun of Modern Family (with the historian. Still funny). The Jazz game (WOE.).
Comestibles: leftovers: spinach and fontina strata, Chinese food, fruit salad, green salad. Cookies of all stripes. Frosted Mini-Wheats.
After the fact: baked the rest of the cookie dough still chilling out in my fridge--date-nut pinwheels and sugar cookies, cut into stars and holly leaves and Christmas trees. Even though Christmas is over and we opened all the presents.
Contemplating: the family dinner we have planned for New Years Day. What will I make? I kind of feel like it should just be sandwiches. And maybe potato chips. Would that be wrong?
Thought about, but did not: stop in at Target on my way home from the movie.
Shocking: how tired I am and how I could not fall asleep last night.
Mood: a little sleep deprived, frankly.
Footwear: slippers. socks. work boots for the late-night dog walk.
note: it is almost the end of 2012, so I owe the readers of this blog
- a list of the movies I saw this year, along with my big important opinions on them.
- possible other lists.
- a short reflective essay on the "Blogging Every Day in the Year 2012" project.
Selfish me. I want you to blog every day in 2013, okay?ReplyDelete
I second that comment, Ann!ReplyDelete
Did you know that really Christmas isn't over until January 6th? The 12 Days of Christmas just begin with Christmas Day. I think Christmas cookies are entirely appropriate for at least another. Especially if you have snow.ReplyDelete
And potato chips and sandwiches -- aren't they traditional? Or ought to be.