Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


I'm not at all concerned about ebola. I'm actually getting really tired of hearing about it. News outlets are bending over backwards to explain how very difficult it is to get while, at the same time, talking about how rapidly it spreads.  Seems to be a bit of a disconnect there.  And why/how did the NBC photographer get it - was he playing in somebody's bodily fluids???

I really do spend way too much time listening to news on the radio and tv. Radio and TV news is just mindless. I think my addiction to it is more like not being able to look away from a train wreck.  Not a lovely trait of mine.


I had a lovely swim this morning. My lesson is coming up on Sunday. I was thinking this morning how lovely it was just to swim with no agenda. I have a feeling that the lesson may well be a waste of time. I could cancel but I don't think I will. I'll just take the lesson, learn new stuff, and use it if I want to. The luxury of being old and responsibility-free.


The last time Chef Anita was here she left a bunch of roasted salted pumpkin seeds (the inside pit part). A couple of nights ago, for a salad for dinner, I chopped up an apple and tossed in a bunch of these seeds and a tiny bit of mayo and OMG YUM. This is my new favorite thing. Yesterday, I added some chipped chicken to the apple and seeds and a bit more mayo and OMG YUM.  I get on the weird jags every once in a while. Apples and pumpkin seeds isn't even the weirdest one ever.


I just saw a tweet that Dennis Eckersley is calling the Tigers/Orioles game today. Dennis Eckersley was a great pitcher and a wild character. I hadn't thought about him in years. Guess I'll be tuning in.  Baseball, it seems, this season, I can't quit you!


I still need to get a flu shot.
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