I am sorry to tell you that today was pretty much a non-starter. We did perform bell choir this morning, doing Pachelbel's Canon in D. It's the hardest piece we've done this year, but also a very pretty arrangement. We did not embarrass ourselves.
The sun was shining, and I should have at least gone out for a hike if I couldn't make myself work in the afternoon. But the truth is that I didn't sleep last night, and I just couldn't make myself get moving. I played my game and read a book. Oh, and I washed the dishes. Big deal.
Enjoy two very different sunrises from the week. This is Wednesday.
This is Saturday. I'm not going to apologize for something as "ordinary" as a sunrise this time. I read this week that people don't look at the sky very much. I find that hard to believe. At least the people I am friends with on Facebook post lots of beautiful pictures of the sky. Have a couple more. For sure it is two more days I got to have a sunrise, and I appreciate those more and more all the time.
In the genuine baloney category, you know how the memes were saying that the palindromic date of 02/02/2020 would not be repeated for umpity-ump years. People just don't think for themselves. I didn't see anyone post that it will happen again next year on 12/02/2021. The memes also said it hadn't happened for 900 years or some such nonsense.
Remember 11/02/2011? That was a nice day too. I was contemplating beautiful fungus.
Or 01/02/2010? Ellen and I went to Bowman Lake and snowshoed.
Or 10/02/2001? That was before I was blogging, but I know what I was doing. Marie and I were hiking on the Superior Hiking Trail.
And soon I'm going to contemplate the inside of my eyelids. I should be able to sleep tonight.