2020-02-14

I spent Galentines Night at Theatrical Outfit downtown seeing “Slow Food”. The play, which ends its run on Sunday, is a lighthearted look at a couple on vacation trying to eat dinner at a Greek restaurant but are thwarted at every turn, mostly by an insufferable waiter; it was cute. Unbeknownst to me there were two others in attendance who I know, though I didn’t get a chance to say hello to either.

Today marks my seventeenth (roughly, because who else counts this?) year of uninterrupted solidarity on Valentines Day.

Surprisingly there is little traffic on a Friday Valentines, well, at least when you leave your house at 5:10am. I’m in early so that I can leave early, as well as conduct a little personal business later this morning.

Cheers all,
Paulie

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8 Responses to 2020-02-14

  1. Oh yeah, on my drive home last night I saw that Bada Bings, the bar at the corner of Hill/Decatur has gone out of business.

  2. Barb says:

    So, you are buying in to this newly created day called Galentines Day?
    We fished, catching nothing, and then chilled out all afternoon.
    Then went to a fancy dinner in a not fancy location.

    We are thinking about heading out to try fishing again this morning.
    Then maybe a brewery visit, then cooking dinner at home.
    This is a great chill out & relax kind of vacation.

  3. Steve says:

    A nice quiet evening feeding horses and dogs and cats. I was cleaning the barn (which they had been trashing over the last few days) and scraping a shovel along the concrete- the horses thought they were about to be murdered! Ran out of the barn 3 times!

    Ready for a 3 day weekend!

    -FP

    • Federal 3-Day Weekend. For most of us working stiffs Monday is a work day. For me it’s topped off with a dental checkup.

      I am glad that I remembered Monday was a Federal holiday because I now have to go to a bank today to work out an issue I had.

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