Catherine (tenthz) wrote,

We're walking... we're walking...

I just went for my first walk in the park behind my apartment building. Yup, only 9 months after I moved in. Way to be. It was way shorter than I expected it to be. 7 minutes tops. Probably a bit less than 1/4 of a mile considering my walking speed. That's a very rough estimate though. It was rather enjoyable and it is pretty nice outside now (nice enough I opened a window when I got back). I still have half of my pjs on, though. They should probably go in the wash tonight. Maybe I'll do a load soon. Hm. Anyway, I've been x-stitching since about 10 this morning and making some serious progress without going completely blind.

While stitching, I've watched "The Perfect Man" (yes, Hillary Duff, but OOOH Chris Noth!), part of "Prince & Me", Gilmore Girls (Season 2, Disc 1), and now I'm watching my Seth Horan DVD. Which is rockin' and definitely sending me back in time to RIT. It's really strange how much I don't listen to music.

I'm not sure what I'm going to watch next. Probably one of the Pretender movies. I finished all 4 seasons of the show in about 3 weeks. Pretty impressive considering I've also been watching my Netflix stuff at a pretty high pace. Network shows are coming back this week (save LOST which is back on the 24th), so we'll see how that affects my viewing pace. Especially since I can't watch a DVD and record on VHS at the same time. Unless I watch DVDs on the laptop or desktop...hmm... that's an alternative!

Anyway, I'm taking a break from stitching to write this, update Liz's website, and make dinner. Which will be my first official meal of the day. Huh. I need to seriously clear out/organize the freezer. I found leftover chili in there the other day which I really don't remember making. But it must have been from the last 6 months or so. :-P It was very yummy! hehe.
Tags: apartment, cross stitch, life, movies, netflix
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