Mom's Night In
Right now he is out of town to the funeral of the ballet lady and I am having Mom's Night In. I buy food he doesn't like and have a nice meal for myself. Tonight I am making a porterhouse steak, spinach souffle, corn with red peppers and broccoli in it, and baked sweet potatoes. And Fritos. Then I am going to watch a video that Jason loaned to me, a foreign film about historical Korea.
We went to Craig and Sue's for Palm Sunday Dinner and I always enjoy going there, but this time they all spent several hours talking about legal cases and taxes and estate planning, and I almost put my head down on the table and expired from boredom. I had already been through a long sermon that morning, and this just seemed too much boredom to heap on one person in a single day. But of course, I smiled and nodded and acted interested. Had ham, but it was hot.
This week I have been making beads out of polymer clay and enjoying it very much. I was reading my bead magazine and see that there are some really nifty sounding bead stores in Sacramento. He wanted to take me to Placerville on Saturday, so maybe I can talk him into going to Sacramento instead, maybe taking in a museum too. I would enjoy a drive.