It's now just after noon on Sunday morning. We got a late start. Tom is outside puttering in the yard. I just finished my long PT routine and then 33 minutes on the recumbent stationary bike. I'm sitting at my computer for my cool down, hoping to get this post wrapped up before it's time for Seahawks football on the telly.
Saturday morning we checked in at the girl's soccer booth at the DesMoines Marina Saturday Market.
I got a hug from Irene and talked to Jill, who was the adult in charge for the morning shift. I heard later that they did very well, and my cookies were good sellers.
We walked around the market a bit, bought some fresh corn, and enjoyed the flowers.
On our way out we bought a couple of goodies from the soccer team and tasted a sample of boiled peanuts. They were right out of the boiling pot so I let them cool a bit, then tasted them in the car. Am I missing something? Warm and mushy, they were not to our liking.
Next stop was Safeway to do our grocery shopping. Then I had time to pick and arrange flowers before a late lunch.
The flowers are getting scarce as the chilly nights have plants shutting down.
By then I was tired. I'm not sure what I did in the afternoon. There was some blog reading and some book reading and later I sort of watched college football. Our two state university teams did very well. Not so our Sounders. They lost again in their evening game in Vancouver, Canada, and are most likely out of the playoffs for the first time in their history. Oh well, as Jill said, it will save us money.
Alrighty, I'm cooled down, this blog is about ready for posting, I'll get some team gear on and get ready to see if the Seahawks luck holds against the 49ers in California.