What I've Been Up To
Saturday was productive, but since Sunday I've been somewhat burned out. So I slowed down and didn't write much of anything. I had felt a bit ill Friday night and didn't sleep much. Since it was a stomach problem, I had to watch every thing I ate Saturday. I had no appetite, and didn't even have my breakfast until 3 PM. But while I was waiting to get hungry, I drank water and made kale-tomato soup.
My husband peeled all the quince left from our tree, and I cut it in chunks, along with some apple chunks, a bit of agave, and lots of cinnamon, and put it in the crockpot to soften. It turned out a bit like baked apples already cut in bite-sized pieces, and it was good with walnuts and a dollop of vanilla yogurt on top.
By the time I finished that I was dead tired. I made myself my power breakfast with oatmeal, apples, walnuts, and blueberries, and then collapsed in a chair and started reading a Christian novel, Ezekiel's Shadow, by David Ryan Long. I'd only read a hundred pages before I needed to go to bed.
Sunday I really took it easy and read most of the day. I don't think I wrote more than some comments on a couple of sites. I only got out for short walks Saturday an Sunday.
This morning I started working on my sales tax, but didn't get far. Will have to get back to it after I post this. I also went for a walk around noon, since I wanted to miss the noise of the trash pick-up and investigate a mystery from yesterday. After I walked most of my route and got to the street opposite the park, I found I hadn't completely escaped the trash pick-ups, but I at least got away from the noisy ones. The green waste collection truck didn't make any noise. But I took the photo of it empting the bin into the truck. I got home just in time to see it empty mine.
What did you do this weekend?
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