Monday, April 30, 2018

Lazy

I did intend to do some work while I was over here, but I've been indulging sybaritically (sp?) in unadulterated pleasure - reading Things a Bright Girl Can Do, The Enchanted April, and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine; watching Project Runway with Wendy and Annie, Moana and Wallace and Gromit with the whole family; and last night I discovered the delights of American Ninja Warrior. It's gripping and intense, and made even more entertaining by Cece's running commentary to the competitor of the  minute - "Come on! You can do it! Don't give up! You're doing really well - don't give up!"

But I've been active too. I've been for bike rides, and on Saturday I went trampolining with the girls. It's surprising how much difference it makes to be engaging in physical exercise one mile high. Your breath doesn't go so far. I found that today too when Wendy took me for a lovely hike on the nursery slopes of the Flatirons:



I don't do a lot of lazing about when I'm at home. I'm always busy with something. So it's good to have a real holiday. It's also good to be able to order a margarita whenever I'm out. I wish my local cafe, Hassop Station, served margaritas, but as far as I'm aware, it's impossible to get one even in Sheffield, my nearest city.

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Are you crazy? There's loads of places to get margaritas in Sheffield!

Sue Hepworth said...

Yes, since I wrote this, I have found out about some.
Would you like to tell me some yourself?