Orange-pink puffs dotting the sky tonight, brighter and more vivid than my cell phone photo above.
It’s been a busy week — a big project at work that required much focus and attention to detail combined with a stress test — and now I’m more than ready for a three-day weekend. As usual, we don’t have much planned. The Husband has been getting into watching old movies and we just finished watching Bonnie and Clyde. Like most people, I knew the basic premise of the story but never saw the movie. (A bonus: the late Gene Wilder is in this one.)
What I am planning is as much reading as I can pack into these few days. I just received a review book for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. A few more are on their way for another freelance assignment which I just landed this week and am thrilled about.
Also hoping to get at least one walk/run in. I’m attempting to do Couch to 5K, which deserves its own post. I walked for a half hour on Thursday, including several very short (like 30 second) intervals of running.
One of my coworkers bought our entire office Chipotle for lunch today and I am now officially addicted to their burrito bowl and guacamole, which I’m sure I could live on for the rest of my life. Yes, I had never had Chipotle before today’s lunch. I live a very boring life.
Forget Donald Trump’s prognostication of taco trucks on every corner — just bring me Chipotle every single day.
This is post #96 of 99 of my 99 Days of Summer Blogging posts. Almost there!
– I am hooked on The Piano Guys, whose music my cousin introduced to via Spotify. Most of my week at work was consumed by a pretty intense project and they were perfect