Thanks to Veteran’s Day, I had the day off on Thursday. I got a ton done around the house, ran errands, and had a very productive day. Join me, will you?
Despite being able to sleep in, I didn’t and got up at 7:30AM (I got 9 hours, I was good to go). I had some breakfast (griddled banana oat bread) and did some blogging.
I showered, got ready, and was off to Wellesley to get my flu shot.
I did a ton of driving throughout the day and was able to listen to 2+ hours of my audiobook: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (book #2 in the Hunger Games trilogy). I am loving these books! And I love the selection of audiobooks in the Minuteman network.
Next stop: IKEA!
And then to Target…
A quick lunch: I splurged on a Dunkies iced tea and had a sandwich I brought with me.
At about 1PM I was finally headed back in town. I went by way of Storrow Drive to get to Cambridge. The view was lovely.
I went to the Harvest Co-Op in Central Square because we had a member coupon. Here’s my haul:
Once I got home I set to my chores for the day. Cleaning and organizing mostly. Funny how these things get away from you…
I got these cool folder things at IKEA and was able to turn my wedding notebook explosion into a nice, neat, organized pile:
Cleaning was next on the chore list:
When I was done I had a delicious pear for a snack, watched Giada, then did all my PT hip stretches. Exciting! I do love me a resistance band.
When John got home we had dinner (turkey burgers and salad) and watched an episode of 30 Rock. We’ve been re-watching Season 1, so good.
After dinner we headed to Larsen Hall at Harvard where I volunteered to shoot the promo pictures for John’s new show at Improv Boston, Agent Spy. Here’s one of the outtakes of John and Camilo goofing around:
All in all an awesome and productive day. Back to the grind tomorrow!
PS – All of these photos were taken with my crappy little Sony DSC-W120. Except that last one, that was taken with my Canon Rebel. Crazy what a difference it really makes to have a nice camera.
I'm a lady who enjoys photography, football, cooking, long drives with the windows down, This American Life, kettlecorn, hot yoga, pop punk, my nephews, my cat Reggie, and my home: Boston.
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