Mike brought marinaded chicken, with a side of rice, and I made salad and bought tiramisu cups from Langley Farm Market, and we watched the latest episode of True Blood and T2. (After Keith and Mike had a Star Trek match). My new fave movie scene is Linda Hamilton’s escape from the fool farm.
Mike said, “I brought something for the kids” which proved to be one of those motorized balls that wibbles and wobbles and scoots all over the floor. The boys ignored it. Margot LOVED IT, but doesn’t actually play with it, she just chases it around. Will provide video once it’s available.
Mike recently had the astonishing experience of having an ex a) apologize for any harm caused and b) repay the money owing. The universe did not fall off its axle, but I damn near did when I heard about it. Wonders cannot cease while we live.
Today, return library books, add receipts to our monthly who-owes-what-to-whom reconciliation (grr, I lost my second biggest receipt this month), tweak various recordings for posting and adding to running-total list of songs, clean house from top to bottomus, prep for dinner with Tom and Peggy, try to get hold of Cindy to see if she can come tonight as well, laundry, and mow grass. I will try to squeeze one song in there if I can, next up is “Beloved Coworker (I guess I never felt this way). Which I wrote in Montreal. I wrote “She” and “Evening News” in Montreal; my dwelling there was an interesting failed experiment in many ways, but at least I got some good songs out of it. Living in Montreal and Toronto have definitely brought me to a finer appreciation of Vancouver; with all its flaws it’s a very good place to live.
The weather has been overcast, occasionally rainy, and cool. Feels like fall already, but we had a deliciously hot summer and I had lots of beach days so no whining here.
Off to do the first load of laundry now…. Should think about what to bring up from the freezer while I’m down there. It’s cool enough I could cook indoors, and I’m thinking meatloaf? with spuds and veggies?