Time: 5:35 p.m. (And it's full dark! The horror!)
Place: Hunched over my desk (because my desk chair is the suck)
Eating: Low-fat string cheese (because the popcorn and candy at the movies wasn't quite enough). But forget Sunday evening's sad string cheese and let's think back to yesterday evening when I went out with friends to a local fancy pantsy restaurant, Seasons on Main, where I splurged on a several course meal that included a perfectly done New York Strip steak and possibly the most delectable salted caramel cheesecake ever. Extra points because it was such a well-paced eating experience that I didn't even feel like I was going to pop by the end. I could get into this fine dining stuff. If my paycheck were bigger.
Bored by: How whenever I manage to write a blog post it's boring old book review (hence this imaginative post)
About Time which I enjoyed absurdly much. But don't you hate it when a movie makes you cry at the the theater? Because you can't cry as much as you want to and you're embarrassed about crying as much as you did. And I will watch it again sometime when I can cry as much as I very well desire.
Reading: For all my boredom with writing book reviews, I am really into reading books this year (said the book blogger, much to your shock, I'm sure). I just finished and enjoyed Kristina Riggle's The Whole Golden World this week, and Random.org has since helpfully chosen Molly Fox's Birthday from shelf obscurity for my weekend reading, and despite the fact that it has no chapter breaks, which I usually find loathsome, I'm liking it very much.
this is me should you want to befriend me. Also, I'm finding the whole thing mildly perplexing and somewhat disorganized, so if you wanted to give me some tips and tricks and assorted supercool things to be done with Good Reads (that I'm probably missing) in the comments, please do, so I can stop feeling like a super-moron. You could also easily dissuade me from using it at all, if you're more that sort of person. ;-)
Promoting: The Literary Fiction Giveaway Blog Hop at Leeswammes' Blog. I'm a total literary fiction nut, so I'm always excited to see what everyone's giving away and enter a few, too. Someday, if I ever stop being a somewhat suckish blogger, I'm going to join up and give something away because I love it so much and I ought to give back even though I find giveaways to be a distasteful amount of work. So much the more love I have for all you lit fiction bloggers who are giving away cool stuff!
Joining: Agh, this week I joined the gym. Okay, well not quite, but I purchased a half price 6 month membership voucher for the purpose of joining the gym. My health insurance is supposed to reimburse me $100 toward it which will make it a mere $35 out of my own pocket which is just about the top of the range of money I would consider spending on a gym membership what with how I'm not a hundred percent sure I'll actually um, go, and get fit and all that. Now that I've bought it, I'm rather a bit terrified about the whole endeavor what with how I've never joined a gym and am uncertain about working out in the presence of hordes of people. Plus, I'll probably injure myself within the first few days. *paces nervously*
Surpassing: My total books read last year (already)! You will be more impressed by this if I don't tell you the paltry amount of books I read last year. Otherwise, you'll slap a pitying look on your face, shake your virtual head, and pat me on my virtual head in the patronizing way of someone who surpassed my total books read last year in, um....February. Not that you'd ever really do that, but I fear you'd be sorely tempted if I were to divulge such information.
Dreading: The coming work week. Last week was one of those weeks that I would have danced/skipped/shouted for joy my way down the hall by the end of my shift on Friday evening....if I only would have had a shred of energy left for such behavior. Instead, I forgot where I parked my car, got off the shuttle bus two stops early, was vaguely humiliated, and walked the other mile or so to my car in the dark in a howling wind. Yeah, can't wait to get back to work again.
And, I think that's all I have to say on the subject of this week.
What are you up to this fine Sunday?