I had my first “typical” weekend in a month:
Yesterday, we ran errands (Bank, Car Inspection, Comic Books) then came home, assembled an exercise bike we bought for my Mom as an early Mother’s Day present (don’t judge – she wanted one,) then delivered it and helped her set up her new laptop. I got cranky and tired after such a long, active day (after a month of low mobility and not leaving the house) and tried to nap it off. Dinner was Grilled tuna steaks over baby spinach leaves with horseradish sauce. (Mmmmmm.)
This morning, I read comics in the recliner, under my Spidey blanket, while the dogs snoozed serenely in my lap:
Then I did some FaceTime with Jim as we planned out first get together in over a month (we usually see each other every other weekend) and then rested a bit before whipping up some shrimp scampi for us for dinner, which we ate, with wine, while watching “Cougar Town.”
It might sound boring to some, but it was a mostly perfect weekend for me and a great way to end the weekend, before heading back to the office tomorrow.
Of course, any weekend I don’t have medical apparatus inserted in, or attached to, my body is a good weekend, for me!