Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis

Back in the saddle again...

I went swimming this morning and it was lovely. Turns out, my absence was noticed by a lot of regulars who let me know which was just nice. Even Front Desk Frank said he was happy I had returned. And the guy from VietNam who has very little English and swims every day had wildly enthusiastic gestures to let me know he was glad to see me again. Pretty fun, actually.

Initially, I thought I'd start off slowly and probably only do half my normal swim but once into it, I figured why waste the wet. So I did my normal 1,500 yards and, turns out, without any loss of speed. Nice. And really nice to know I can take time off and then take right up where I left off.

While I was swimming, I further planned the tunic top I'll be making today or at least starting. I'm confident that it's either going to be the best thing I've ever made or a complete disaster.

That's about all I've got on the plate for today. Oh and I need to make a seat cover for the blue chair. These cats do not shed much but they sit in that chair enough that it now has a layer of cat hair on the seat. I need to get that layer off and then just put a square there that I can easily wash.

It looks cold out and feels cold in here but really it is not. It was about 40 this morning while waiting outside the gym for it to open. Not really bad at all. No snow in the forecast. Sigh.

I randomly just checked my cable tv bill and discovered that HBO and Cinemax are having a free weekend so I went to their schedules and found several things I'd like to see and told TiVo to record them. Nice. One of the things playing is my favorite movie of all time - Paul. I have it on DVD and on TiVo but now I will have a backup copy.

Time now to hang up my suit and get myself dressed and get going on this day.

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