Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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Sunday

A couple of years ago I noticed that pool traffic on weekends was binary. If it's really crowded on Saturday, it won't be on Sunday and vice versa. This has held up pretty well and especially this weekend. Yesterday, the pool was full. Today, it was me and Yellow Stripes. Yellow Stripes is a regular I see quite often (who's suit has yellow stripes on the side). He's really nice and always makes a point of greeting and saying goodbye (which is pretty much max conversation for swimmers). He usually only swims about 20 minutes but today he did about 40. Go Yellow Stripes!

The sun has been out yesterday and today. And filled the pool for the latter half of my swims BUT now that I'm sporting very dark goggles, it does not bother me one bit. Without the dark goggles it drove me nuts, making my eyes water and hurt. This will be so good in the Summer when even going early on weekdays won't avoid the sun totally.

I watched a new show last night on Amazon - Sneaky Pete. It was really good. I watched the first two episodes. Great characters. I'm looking forward to the rest.

A while back I found a weekly newsletter that arrives on Sunday morning. It's a simple affair with no pictures, not much text and no ads. It's called Recomendo. Each week there are 5 or 6 things recommended. Things to buy, apps to try, and today there was a link to a really fun Isaac Asimov story. I look forward to getting this little newsletter every week.

I have to do two walks today. I am mid laundry - 1 load in dryer, 1 load in wash - and need to finish that. It's time to do the pill boxes again. If I can get all that done plus a doll or two and finish the current bear, I'll call the day a winner. I like my chances.
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