Perhaps it was the fact that it’s 20-something degrees outside, or perhaps it was the relief of finding out by telephone last night that I did not have to report to jury duty selection this morning, regardless I slept like a bear and did not awake until 09:00. Yowza! I may be fighting off a bit of a cold again. I guess it’s a good thing that I don’t currently have to report to an office.

Eating Out x Two
Yesterday I left the ITP Estate at 11:00 and did not return again until 21:30. In the mean time I had a wonderful lunch with ITP-Readers Barb and Steve at Willy’s, went to the 16th library for awhile (and even saw my friend Hank who was out for a lunchtime walk as I drove past his office at 17th/Spring), went to the Ansley Mall LA Fitness, ate an early dinner at Tin Drum, attended meeting of Goethe students for a routine audit of the Goethe Zentrum, and then my final B1.3 class.

I Was Fairly Silent During The Audit
When the auditors found out that everyone in the room as at least at a “B” level, only one woman was in a lower class that me, they held the entire audit in German! WHAT?!?! Perhaps at my level I should be more capable that I currently am, refer to all of my whining about not working hard enough, but still. Suffice to say I didn’t add much input into the audit.

The auditors did get a sense of my ineptness a little later when they sat in for the first part of our class.

Not Having My Day In Court
As I mentioned, I didn’t have to wake up and go over to Decatur this morning. HURRAY! What shall I do today? I think today I will hole up and do a lot of coding. I am actually working on an app that will make you laugh aloud if and when I ever put it into the iOS App Store. My goal is to publish a couple of apps to use as a portfolio for potential employers.

I might, I repeat might, work out again today. As I mentioned in the beginning I am a little run down so I am not sure working out is my best interest.

I could do laundry today. Newsflash, when you work out a lot as I have been recently, you make a lot of dirty laundry.

Who knows? Tune in tomorrow to find out…

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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9 Responses to Oversleeper

  1. Barb says:

    Steve – Allan muttered out loud that he thought it was just a derailleur, but he is at Cycleworks today, so the bike will either be fixed there, or at our house soon.

    Lunch was fun, anytime you guys want to meet up, I’m game.

    We were supposed to go to a spin class last night, but Allan decided he was more in the mood to nap, and I was feeling very tired, so we did not make it.
    Then we had considered going out for $2 Taco Tuesday at 1 of 2 places on the Marietta Square I have founds with specials, but again, too lazy, so we made dinner at home.
    Tonight I will make it to the Y – I have got to quit being lazy.
    and – I need to figure out what we are having for dinner tonight as well.
    I’m thinking a trip to Kroger at lunch will help me with that.

  2. Steve says:

    Always nice to see you and a bonus to see Barb. Barb, that isn’t a bad drive to meet up for lunch every so often. We should plan that.

    A fairly boring Games meeting last night. When I moved everything out of the rental car from this weekend, I missed the audio cable for my satellite, so I had to listen to commercial radio on the way home! Ugh.

    I hope the rains hold off this weekend as my first race to work this season will be in Union City. Saturday, a little pie shaped crit and Sunday, a road race using a fair amount of the Silk Sheets route.

    Stay warm all.


  3. 11:00 already? Crap, sleeping late really fucks with my mental scheduling.

  4. Sorted my laundry, devised a plan for doing laundry and working out, the got very tired. Rethinking plans currently.

    Going to watch an episode of “The Great British Baking Show” and ponder my existence.

    • Barb says:

      I’m trying to figure out what the hell to make for dinner -nothing sounds good (or bad). So, I guess I will wander around Kroger in few minutes.

  5. Stacy says:

    That’s when a rotisserie chicken usually jumps into my cart, Barb. 🙂

    Would love to see those old photos you mentioned the other day Paulie!

    • I intend to upload some, I just haven’t dedicated time to do so.

    • Barb says:

      Stacy – that was almost happening.
      But – found some managers specials at Kroger – (going at lunch time was a good idea, they have just gone thru everything & marked it down)
      the choices are for the next few days – chicken breasts stuffed with artichokes, spinach & cheese, a beef roast, and some ground beef & hot Italian sausage for some spaghetti sauce. And – I remembered I have some chicken chili in the freezer. I still don’t know what I want for dinner, but I now have lots of choices.

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