I don’t know how my brother does it. I know for a fact that there have been some days where he has gone sailing and then he’s had to work with our dad later that night.
Yesterday, after going sailing for the first time in six years, I could barely keep my eyes open at dinner. And then I had to walk home after dinner.
I think I’ll be going out on the boats a bit more after this. It was the most fun I’d had in weeks.
The weather yesterday was crazy. Overcast and pounding rain, then bright and sunny with clear blue sky just before we were hit with another downpour. My pants are still drying out from the adventure.
I like days like today. They surprise me. When I checked the weather yesterday after D&D it showed a 66% chance of rain. That just sounds horrible for doing anything. Fortunately, once I woke up this morning and bothered to look outside after realizing that sleeping in wasn’t going to happen, I found clear blue sky and not a real cloud in sight.
Once I stepped off the boat and climbed the hill, I realized that the lack of real clouds was an illusion. The clouds were busy over Washington, allowing me to venture out without a rain jacket. It felt so good to leave it on the couch where it had been left to dry since last night.
Unfortunately, since my brother left earlier this week, I’ve had to come up even more creative ways to entertain myself on a weekend. Maybe a walk down to the spit? I can’t stay at the library all day, and I already exhausted myself of Galavant.
This points to one irrefutable fact about my life. I need a life.
That maybe includes getting a proper job so that I can buy the second season of Galavant.
In the meantime, I’ve parked myself in front of this sign.