Randomness is the theme of the day. Not enough to make a real entry and certainly nothing cohesive.
Decided I needed to get back on my feet and walking. I moved here specifically to get out in the world. So this morning, I rode the bus to work which entails a few block walk to the bus stop. I also determined that my wellies (just like the one's pictured) will be my sacrificial shoes for the spring. I can wear them with skirts (as I did today) to the bus stop, or I can tuck my "must wear with heals" long suit pants into them for the treks to and from the stops. Oh, and a man on the bus told me I looked like an architect this morning. Or an interior designer. I told him he was very kind. I am assuming he was being kind.
ABC's pre-Oscar show was shudder inducing.
SarahJessicaParker looked very pointy and orange at the Oscars. There is such a thing as too thin.
Macauley Culkin(sp) looked pitiable.
The Dude won an Oscar.
Helen Murrin is my hero. Awesome.
I loved the Neil Patrick Harris opening number. I think I'm in the minority.
Who knew Kanye had an aunt and she'd show up at the Oscars. Craziness.
I went to the Warhol exhibit and saw the Campbell's soup cans. One was Pepper Pot. I don't remember Pepper Pot Campbell's soup. I googled it up and it's TRIPE! No wonder it's not a big seller.
The man from AZ with whom I had a relationship with prior to Bick has been circling me on Facebook. He's been friending friends. I blocked him. Don't need that crap in my life.
I'm still in the midst of the Great Family Artic Freeze and Silent Treatment. It will last indefinitely.
I spent some time last night adding events to my activity calendar. It will be my "go to" thing when I need distraction, need to get out of the house and out of my own head. I'm having a really tough time concentrating. So rather than berate myself for my lack of focus, I just tell myself I'm trying on new things for size. See reading, knitting, fashion, whatever else I've conjured up
Exercise and food yesterday was spot on.
Take good care of yourself. Be kind to others. Get on your feet.