“Friendship is born at that moment when one man says to another: “What! You too? I thought that no one but myself . . .””
— C.S. Lewis (The Four Loves)
Quick post because I was too busy having fun last night to post (oh darn…)
I have such fantastic friends. These are some reasons why:
(preface, I play in a classical quartet that plays pop music in a classical style)
R: Carry On My Wayward son, it sounds so…quaint
Me: Yes, Carry on my wayward son with hoop and stick.
-Finding out you are NOT the only person who likes the middle cinnamon roll in a circle of cinnamon rolls the best
-Talking with someone like it was just yesterday instead of weeks, months, or years ago
-dreaming about your friends and their responses to things and then, waking up, to find when you retell the dream they have the exact same response
-Getting together to watch Sweeney Todd and the first, and most important, discussion is what to eat
-telling you, honestly, they were worried about you
-laughing for hours at a stupid joke from 2002
-spending an afternoon texting back quotes from Guardians of the Galaxy
Hours of Sleep: 7 hours. Much better. I really need between 7-9 hours of sleep.
Exercise: Stairs, stairs, stairs (thanks meetings, meetings, meetings)
Breakfast: Breakfast pizza 2: breakfast boogaloo
Cleaning or Packing?: I’ve found, easily, I can end up spending half an hour on dish-related activities.
Made my bed?: Did it. Cannot wait for this challenge aspect to be complete.
Read 1 book a week: Four Letter Word by Joshua Knelman & Rosalind Porter.
I get by with a little help from my friends.
I think next month’s theme will either be scary stories I’ve enjoyed or reasons I’m thankful for something. The crossover will be confusing and delightful.