Here it is guys, the weekend! We have no particular plans really, but we are looking forward to it anyway.
Sometimes a weekend with no plans is the very best sort of weekend. If you want to you can sleep late, laze around, have brunch instead of breakfast (love brunch) and figure it out as you go.
According to the weather dudes, Saturday here should be beautiful. So perhaps we can take the opportunity to spend some time outside, get a few yard chores done. Sunday, on the other hand, the prediction is rain. And while we need the rain, a rainy Sunday is a sleepy Sunday. That's a perfect day for baking and napping and watching movies.
The only thing for absolute sure on my list for Sunday is watching the Outlander Season Finale. Both looking forward to it and dreading it. Anticipating it eagerly because it's such a good show and last week ended on a bit of a cliff hangar. Dreading it because it will be quite a long time until Season Six starts since they cannot start filming again until this Virus thing is properly harnessed.
Droughtlander, as Outlander fans call the time between seasons, is always torturously long. Usually about a year long. But, due to circumstances beyond everyone's control, who knows how long this one will be. I may have to watch the entire series to date again in the meantime. I will probably read the entire book series again.
Usually we watch it Sunday morning while eating our brunch. The Sunday following the finale is always a tough one because Outlander Brunch has become such a tradition that without it we are a little lost until we remember what we did before the season started. How did we used to do Sunday morning again? We will figure it out.
But otherwise, no plans. How about you guys? I hope you have something fun on your agendas. (other than Outlander because of course you watch it!)
I'll meet you here again on Monday and we can catch up then!
Hugs all 'round.
Yup, this is me. Some people said, "Sam, you should write a Blog". "Well, there's a thought", I thought to myself. And so here it is.