Sick of snow and at least two months to go! It seems like every Sunday I am worrying about whether my snow removal place will come. I pay them $600 a winter and so far they have come twice this year. They only come if we have over two inches. I think I said all of this last Sunday.
Watching False Flags on Hulu, which may be more needful of close attention than I can give it. Also watching C. B. Strike on HBO Max, based on the Galbraith books. Awfully good atmosphere and acting but the first plot was sort of so-so. Also All Creatures Great and Small, which is a pleasant show but not very compelling. I guess the original was much the same. Not sure how many times I want to watch a vet put his hand up a cow.
Watched a play called Lung from the Old Vic, starring Matt Smith and Claire Foy. Also listened to the NYT Book Club session with Claire Messud discussing Edith Wharton's The Custom of the County. Wharton certainly made her living off of books with similar plots.
Just finished two very mediocre books, which I won't name because maybe it's me.
All my walking has been around the house. It is too cold and icy outside. Hard to get a decent amount of steps in circling my kitchen island but what else can I do. I have a lot of things that make me feel guilty and not getting any exercise is one of them, However, my grandmother, who never walked more than a block in her life, lived to be 91.
I have had a headache for two weeks, off and on. Not a bad one but an annoyance. It could be from grinding my teeth. It could be sinuses. It could be my glasses need adjustment. The most likely thing is stress. Trying to get the second shot before I do anything about it. Schedule for the 17th.
Rewatched Gregory's Girl last night. But the great movie of the week was Tavernier's The Clockmaker of St. Paul. Just terrific.
What about you?