Jul. 21st, 2012


Jul. 21st, 2012 02:22 pm
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This morning was lovely and cloudy and cool.  I picked up [livejournal.com profile] zimzat and off to the pool we went.  This week our timing was good.  We got there a little early but not too early like last week.  The class was excellent.  My knee is more black and blue than before.  I only see it when I'm in the pool and it looks ugly.  

It's my left knee.  I have a tendency to always sit on my left foot so my knee stays bent a lot and without solid blood flow.  I'm going to make an effort to stop that - stop sitting on my foot.  I'll try to either keep it straight or at a 90 degree at most - at least for a couple of days.

After swimming we went to a pancake house for breakfast and it was delicious and then errands.  Cat food.  Trader Joe's.  UPS store.  And then home.

There are a million thins going on in Seattle this weekend.  A big food festival at Seattle Center.  A giant festival in the international district and another in West Seattle.  A block party in Capital Hill.  Dire warnings on the news and in blogs warned of traffic tie ups and streets blocked off.

I mention this because driving around town this morning, I was struck by the amazing lack of traffic!  Even over by the Seattle Center which is always a traffic mess and has lots of nearby construction and we could even *see* the food festival...  traffic was easy peasy.  Wild.  

Soon, however, the sun came out and it is the International Susan Dennis symbol for Get Your Ass Home And Inside.  Which I did.

I've just been piddling around, wrote my brunch review, took photos of all the cat food I bought (so I can give it a paw up or down and be ready for the next shopping trip.  

I saw a fun new comedy on TV last night - Sullivan and Son.  I had not expected to like it as well a I did.  I saw the pilot last night and the next episode is on the TiVo.  Nice little 30 minute escape.

The ballgame is on at 4 and a Chef Anita dinner is ready for heating and eating.  Life is good.

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