Hey, what time is it?? I'm missing an hour!
I just got back from collecting the rest of my P.E.O. presidential stuff. Magnum says, "It takes that much crap to be president?". Psshhh, I hope not. I think it's mostly stuff that gets passed down from prez to prez, and no one's felt comfortable enough to chuck it.
From a lack of any other imagery from this week to share, this is a top secret photo of the new officers, taken from our top secret underground bunker. I've purposely blurred the image to protect the top secrets.
On the far right is Running Sue.
But enough of that. Magnum and I splurged on a Chromecast last weekend (They're 35 bucks). I remember seeing them when we went on our annual Thanksgiving night shopaholic trip to Best Buy. Then Chaco got one a couple months ago and had been singing its praises.
So we got one. Magnum was concerned that it's yet another laziness device, but I say replace "laziness" with "time saving" and POOF, it's all good! I like it. No more having to boot up the chromebook, hook into the TV, sit uncomfortably on the floor while setting up the Netflix. Such hardship that was!
Then we watched Spectre. Not via the Chromecast, but a DVD. It's the latest James Bond and the last for Daniel Craig. It was a typical James Bond movie, but I do like me some Daniel Craig. And Christoph Waltz, who plays such evil yet likable characters.
This was a pretty productive week, and we are still enjoying springlike weather, which was nice when it started, but now everyone's all, "We need water!", because we do, seriously. In the meantime, I'm trying to make the most of it. I've been enjoying the use of Alice, my fast, fair weather bicycle.
I use the mapmyride app for tracking my rides, and Alice helped me earned a "fastest time" badge on one of the courses this week. So while it was nice to gain that recognition, I'm thinking:
(a) The really fast people use some other app
(b) The really fast people only ride in the summer
(c) I should probably not worry about achieving PRs so as to not take out a pedestrian
(d) All of the above.
But I'll enjoy it for now until someone knocks me off my pedestal.