Happy Sunday night. I hope that you all had a good weekend. Mine has been ok. Nothing big happening except for a huge dump of snow. I'm sure winter is never ever going to end. February and March are always the hardest.
|Ewan MacGregor was great in this movie!|
So were Stanley Tucci and Bill Nighy!
Sadly, staying out way too late (ended up not getting home until around 1am) set me up for a rough couple of days. I had difficulties getting and staying asleep, and Saturday morning brought our eye exams (more on that later), so I was a bit of a slug. And trying to do an eye exam when you're super tired is a challenge. I spent the rest of the day nursing a headache and dozing. I even copped out and ordered pizza for dinner
AF decided to make her presence known this morning, so Pip and I stayed home from church. Ginny went to Sunday school for the first time and apparently she did really well. Well enough to be invited back again next week, even though she's too young for the youngest class. This afternoon the cramps eased enough for me to get a bit of work done around the hobbit hole.
So, nothing big, nothing extraordinary. Pretty dull actually.
Anyway, on to the chit-chat. Here's what I'm...
Reading - Still reading The Book Thief. It's been a not-so-great week for reading for me. I'm really enjoying the book, I like the narrator's voice throughout, and his interjections into the story.
Watching - Once Upon A Time. The actress who plays Mrs. Pattmore from Downton is in it tonight.
Listening to - Not really watching, but listening to an old episode of Criminal Minds. Other than that, the house is quiet. Wee-lings are in bed, and my Beloved is out running a couple of errands.
Baking/Cooking - Tonight's dinner was yummy, although not what I had originally planned. Because we had pizza last night, I ended up making last night's scheduled dinner tonight. Hunter Schnitzel with a mushroom peppercorn sauce, German potato salad, and green beans. Yummy!
Happy you accomplished this week - Our eye exams. It was educational, how the doc checked the wee-lings. Ginny had one of her rare super shy moments, and didn't want to talk, so that made things challenging. He had her name some figures that he showed her on a card and once she had said them once, there was no getting her to say them again when he adjusted the distance. Pippin's exam was actually a bit easier. I held him on my lap and the doc just had him follow a little puppy figurine around, and then did a "peek a boo" exam. Both wee-lings eyes are looking very healthy, and right where they should be in terms of development (and Ginny doesn't have a lazy eye, even though my Aunt J was adamant that she did. Pthbt!) My Beloved's prescription has changed dramatically, so we'll be prioritizing his new glasses. Mine has only changed a bit, and the doctor said that the issues I've been having with fine print and eye strain/fatigue are likely still carry-over from the GD. It should level out in the next few months.
Looking forward to next week - Not sure. It's shaping up to be a quiet week. Hoping to stay on top of my spring cleaning list. Thankful for today - That the cold I felt coming on the other day seems to have been nothing. That spring will come... eventually.
Bonus Question: Have you ever left the house in your pjs? Not in recent years. When I was living on my own, I sometimes would go out in my pjs at night and hit a drive thru for dinner or a snack. But I would never get out of the car. I've just never been one to let strangers see me in my jammies.
This has been posted as a part of Carla's Sunday Night Chit Chat. Click over and check out what others are chatting about tonight.