Saturday, December 23, 2017

Saturday and Breakfast at Eggberts

I slept pretty well last night. I only woke up once. Then I got right back to sleep. Missy got up in the night and accidentally wet on her clean bathmat. I put it in the washer and put the other one under her litter box after I cleaned up the mess. That cat! She is old too.

Bob will be by shortly before 7:00 and we will go to breakfast out this morning. Sometime tomorrow afternoon I will bake my banana nut bread for when the family comes. They are to be here at 4:00. I'd better get dressed and ready for the day now. It is almost 5:00 AM. The bank deposit from Keith and Esther finally made it last night in the night. Now I will pay my car insurance and apartment insurance right after Christmas.

More later...

I ended up driving. Bob had ice on his windows so I drove. We had a good breakfast and we both had omelets.

When I got home, I cleaned the apartment.  I mopped the floors in the bathroom and kitchen and vacuumed the carpets. Now I am tired. It's only 10:30 and on Saturday I don't cook. I do have chili leftover from Friday so if we get hungry, I can warm that up.

I checked Leslie's facebook page and found the puppies sleeping soundly.


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They are out in the potting shed now and it;s warmed with a small radiator.

Leslie called to see if I needed anything for tomorrow afternoon when we have treats and open our gifts.  She is going to bring her hot cider.   We can use that. I also have flavored popcorn, a few peanut clusters, and some cookies. I will fix banana nut bread too.

I watched an old movie "Dirty Dancing"  on Amazon Prime this afternoon instead of taking a nap. 

Bob came over to watch the news about 5:30 and stayed until about 6:30. Then he went home and I took my bath and came in here to work on this blog.  There is really nothing on TV. 

2 comments:

Donna Wood said...

Isn't it amazing, with all the viewing choices we have, how hard it is to find something worth watching? Cliff and I often find ourselves watching older movies from the 30's and 40's on Turner Classics. I have DVD's of It's a Wonderful Life (my favorite movie of all time) and one of A Christmas Story. We'll probably watch those today.

We do watch a lot of RFD TV, and Cliff likes football. I read a lot.

Margie's Musings said...

I watch The Christmas Carol every year.It's one of my favorite Christmas movies. I cancelled my cable last month. The offerings are just horrible. I get the CBS news with my antenna that is in the attic. The Tivo my son set up for me gets a number of movies and TV shows. Now I even have Amazon Prime music. I sure don't miss all the violence I found on TV. I prefer to be entertained but even the present comedy is terrible and not funny.