And I am not referencing Elon Musk’s latest company. No, last night I had a boring night which can be described in four sentences:
1. After work I shopped at Aldi (which, as a lover of all things German makes me so happy)
2. I returned home and made a dinner of a ham and cheese sandwich and drank a beer.
3. I watched the Amgen Tour of California.
4. I went into the bedroom and laid under a spinning ceiling fan and did little else the rest of the evening.
Working For The Weekend
Today I will be having lunch with a handful of former Echostar coworkers. Other than work I have no plans for the rest of the day. Boring! But that’s okay because I will be spending my night at home, listening to music, and getting prepared to meet my old Flickr friends up at the Booth Western Museum in Cartersville tomorrow morning.
With me I will be toting my aging Nikon 1, the camera it appears will be the one I take with me again to Germany. I might have pulled the financial trigger on a Fujifilm X-T20 but they have been back ordered forever and with a new body I would have to shell out for new lenses. I may bring my Nikon D300 tomorrow too, just because it’s the camera with which I feel ,ost comfortable using, even though it will (may) not be the one that joins me in Germany.
Oh, It’s Challenge Of The Centuries Weekend?
The fact that I don’t know if this is the weekend for Challenge Of The Centuries speaks volumes about my current mindset, at least my six-week-old mindset.
While cycling is the one exercise for which I have confidence in doing, I have not been seeking out riding opportunities since my fall. It’s really too bad because I was preparing myself physically and mentally for making this one of my biggest riding years, which is saying a lot given the year I had last year.
Maybe I’ll start riding again on Memorial Day weekend.
Have yourself a great weekend, and I hope to see you all on Monday.
Oh, Monday… ITP-Reader Stacy, Monday will be Waschsalon day for me so if you want to get a burger that night please let me know.