Category Archives: Musings
I had a great time in Las Vegas, especially the food and the shopping.
The flight home was short, but very bumpy. I was dizzy, shaking, and very cranky when we landed at SeaTac.
The Delta crew was wonderful.
It was 87 degrees when I left Las Vegas yesterday afternoon, and it’s 57 degrees now. I love it, but I’m freezing! Ha!
I slept very well last night, but I’m tired today, so I’m going to be a 🐌.
And I’m starving today! I don’t eat much when I’m traveling, and I’m making up for it today.
I’m also so happy that Macron won the French election. 👍to the French for rejecting white nationalism!
It’s 90 degrees, the food so far is awesome (and HUGE), and there are slot machines everywhere!
I’ve been here for almost four hours, and I’m so relaxed right now😴!
I’m going to read, sit by the pool, and do a bit of sightseeing. People watching is fun here!
For tonight I’m going to bed early, because I’m not a party girl these days.
I read Margaret Atwood’s book in 1985, and it scared the bejeepers out of me.
This picture is kind of scary, but I think it’s brilliant promotion.
**photo from Hulu at THE New York Public Libray**
I’ve been a t.v. addict all my life. When I was a kid, we had one television in our home. ABC, CBS, and NBC were the only available channels.
Fast forward to today.
I can watch programs on my television, iPhone, and Kindle Fire. I can choose shows from cable t.v., Hulu and Netflix.
If I watched all of the shows that interest me, I would never get up and move around! I have daydreams about having to be lifted from my bed with a crane, wearing a dirty nightgown and eating potato chips for breakfast.
And no, I have not done so yet! Ha!
I just read that Netflix has a new series coming up in May called The Keepers. It’s a true crime story, and it looks pretty good! Should I watch it? I’ll let you know!
Sense 8 starts up again in May, but I have to wait until September to see the third season of Outlander. I can probably fit the new series in then.
And yes, I know this is a first world problem.
As always, I’m amazed at our current technology. So different from my early years in the 50s and 60s.
As I write this, I’m listening to a cable music channel.