Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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21st Night of September... do you remember?

First of all, I need to apologize to the Seahawks. Their piped-in crowd noise, if they even had any, never got over here to my living room. There were people at the outside dining space of the bar on the corner. I could here them once in a while and the occasional asshole horn honker, but really that's it. Except one other thing...

Seahawks fans love to stand under my terrace and scream SEA while the rest then scream HAWKS!! over and over again. Last night I heard one dude yell SEA... never heard an answer. Cracked me up, really.

I think today I might make some pajamas. I've been sleeping in a very old, very ratty t-shirt and some stretch shorts. I need a better look but, more importantly, I need more comfort. I have tons of appropriate fabric on hand and it's cool enough to work back in the sewing room now so I think that's just what I will do.

One more week of baseball. Next Sunday is the last game. As with most years of its life, there will be no post season for the Mariners. And, as with most years, I look to the bright side of my being able to cancel the cable expensive package required to watch Mariner games. And, once again, I'm shocked that I have to pay $80 more a month just to see the games. This year, however, I only had to do it for two months.

I'm thinking of buying some months of Hulu for mindless sitcoms for a while. Then I'll buy a month of HBO and a month of CBS All Access and a month or more of Showtime once the new seasons of my favorite shows drop on those streams. Still cheaper than Mariners baseball. Sigh.

No big excitement here this week or plans, actually. I have lots of good food, baseball and other TV, plenty to crochet and knit. I'm a happy camper with no need to leave camp.

Up next is sewing but first a delicious shower.
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