Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis


It was so much fun to swim this morning with the new iPod Shuffle. I had moved all the songs that never played into their own playlist and now that I have workable buttons, I could actually play that playlist! Cool.

The pool is usually pretty lonely on Fridays but not today. It was packed and I saw some folks I hadn't seen in a while. Nice.

After, I stopped by MacDonalds for a sausage biscuit and coffee because I wanted to go to the grocery store and I didn't want to do that hungry. Success all around. Coming back across the bridge at 9:45 is way better than 9. And I remembered to get something for both lunch and dinner at the grocery. (I often go, spend a buttload of money and get home with nothing to eat.)

It occurred to me - after I got home - that I could have killed another 10 minutes and Papa Murphy's would have been open and I could have picked up a pizza. Oh well, next time.

I have two main projects today. I have a shirt that is all cut out and ready to assemble. It's a new pattern (or rather a tweaked pattern) for a long sleeved version of my summer shirts. I cut it out a while back and today I'm finally going to sew it up.

And, then, I need to do a factory reset on my phone. It's been about a year and I signed up for the Google feedback program which required a tracking agent which ate the fuck out of my battery and caused a couple of other little issues that did not go away when I uninstalled it. So.. it's time. It shouldn't be a big deal if I plan right.

The ballgame is at 5 tonight - Minnesota.

But the main even du jour is that I'm going to have to finally finish one of the best books I've every read. The Nix is a weighty tome. I'm listening to the audio version and it's 21+ hours long. And I've loved every minute. I've tried to stretch it out as long as I could to avoid The End. But, tonight will be it.

On to the sewing room now...
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