Thursday three: Pictures from Mad Men

Eeeeeekkkk so good. I know it’s no longer Thursday, but we’re just going to pretend it is, anyway.And these maybe aren’t travel links, but… using the faulty logic that TV will port you back in time, just for an hour or so, we’ll pretend that this is OK. There are three of them.

Whatever, I’m sick 🙂 And look! Joan! I’m blaming the long Mad Men hiatus on January Jones’ pregnancy. No idea if that’s actually true, but it seems plausible and she wasn’t even IN this episode so that must mean the show creators agree with me. Bad January, bad.

Oh Roger. Clearly that’s your baby.

Look! It’s Alex Mack!

Did you know Alex Mack was on Mad Men? I didn't!

Oh, Peggy.

We love Peggy.

All images courtesy of AMC

Views from the couch

Still sick, and getting really tired of it. But it’s an excuse to make oatmeal, and that I’m ok with.

On Wednesday I went to the farmers’ market and bought on a whim a giant tray of organic strawberries! I also got dandelions for the guinea pigs and potatoes, onion, green beans and garlic for me.

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Oh, man, those potatoes were the best thing. Everyone was surprised by how delicious they were, and I’ll be buying more next week! I sauteed them with garlic, lemon pepper and garlic salt, along with the green beans and onion. Yum!

The rest of the day was spent working and eating oatmeal with strawberries. I prefer oatmeal with blueberries, but I didn’t just buy a vat of blueberries, did I?

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And… I’m back out.

Listen to your body, people! Mine was telling me I needed more sleep.

I ignored it. Six to seven hours was just fine, thankyouverymuch.

So now I’m being forced to sleep longer. Today I woke up with a sore throat and I’ve been extra tired all day. Early to bed for me.

While I’m sleeping, you can look at this ADORABLE picture of a rescued baby sea otter.Go to their Facebook page if you want more pictures!

You’re welcome.

Oh and before I forget — and in case you were wondering — Haydn’s The Creation concert went fabulously! We had a full house both nights, though Sunday did a little better, and we all sang beautifully. Especially our soloists. They were all kinds of incredible and really wowed both the chorale and the audience. Can’t wait to do it all again in 3 months!

http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/news/story/aquarium_welcomes_rescued_sea_otter_pup

Look at those teeth!