Mental Health Day

I’ve decided that I need a mental health day so I’m burning a vacation day from work; I’m following suit with today’s blog. After a shower I’ll be heading out for a pancake breakfast and then off to the laundromat to do long-overdue wash while doing some pleasure reading.

I’ll see some of you tomorrow at 6:30pm for a lovely Tasty China experience.

For those riding Jackson Brevet: Have a great ride!

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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16 Responses to Mental Health Day

  1. Barb says:

    I’m very jealous – I’d love to take today off.
    Text me tomorrow if something changes on dinner – we are meeting at my house at 6:30 – correct?

  2. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Today is an example of why i have never done BRAG. I need to keep some vacation days in my back pocket for spur of th moment “I need a *me* day” days.

    That’s the plan Barb. I’ll be there with beer, or perhaps wine. Dangen! I just remembered that I wanted to get a growler refilled at Hop City and I left all of mine at the house.

  3. Steve says:

    6:30 it is. We might be coming south from Canton on a little horse shopping side trip. Any interest in a little bowling after dinner? Just a thought…

    The ride last night was really good. About 25 folks started in the front group and slowly disintegrated from then on. The final group arrived back to the start with about a dozen. 32 miles at pretty fast pace- occasionally a really fast pace. Considering I had ridden Wednesday night and my legs were still a little tired, I hung in there pretty well. As with any group of “non-racers” there were a few squirrels and folks who just couldn’t follow a wheel (oh look, something shiney!) but all in all a pretty safe ride. I didn’t have a clue where we rode, except it was East of PTC and South of Fayetteville.

    I assure you my legs are toast today!


  4. Barb says:

    we’ve got bowling shoes – I’ll check to see which place nearby (there are 2 very close) has better prices.
    sounds like an excellent idea.

  5. Steve says:

    If we can talk Martha into coming, that would be at least 6 of us. I even think our bowling shirts are clean!!

  6. Barb says:

    Joanna & Mike might be interested in Tasty China – I’m pedicuring with her tonight, we will see what she says. (& no idea about bowling)
    My bowling shirt is always clean, it gets washed after Cheddarhead & hangs in the closet until next Cheddarhead.

  7. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    My bowling shirt is clean, but has managed to shrink since I bought it; certain,y I have not grown larger…

  8. Steve says:

    Certainly not. Nor grown older!

  9. Martha says:

    My Cheddarhead shirt is an x-large…I’m not sure how I manage to bowl in it at all (oh wait, that right, very poorly). If it ever ‘shrinks’ please someone set up an intervention.

    I might drag myself way up north to see what all the Tasty China buzz is about.

  10. Steve says:

    C’mon Martha, all the cool kids will be there. 😉

    Maybe you and Paulie could actually carpool.

  11. Barb says:

    The real draw of Tasty China for me is the bring your own wine & beer – but the food is pretty darn good too! (and it is 1.5 miles from the house).

  12. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Yeah, especially since the surly waitress no longer works there. 😉

    No carpooling for me on this occasion. My plans are to remain extremely fluid and may include a trip to Red Hare for a “tasting” tomorrow afternoon.

  13. Martha says:

    Nope no carpooling this time, I doubt I’ll be staying out as long as the rest of you. Not sure if I’m running or biking Sunday, whatever I do, it will be early.

  14. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Oh, and breakfast and laundry are done! I was surprised not to see many cars around Midway on my drive home; what sort of EUFA soccer fans are these?

  15. Steve says:

    I don’t know, but Little Sister just reported they have suspended the match because of bad weather!!! Holy Cow.

    A friend posted a pic from Nature Valley GP in Minnesota yesterday and you literally could not see out the windshield. They cancelled the stage. I’m sure all concerned were happy with that call.

  16. Barb says:

    going to taste the Saison at Red Hare?
    If we are back from riding (riding 50 Silk Sheets miles) starting at 1030, so I doubt we will be back & able to go, but……..

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