I love Saturdays, I take my time waking up, go to the gym shortly thereafter, linger about for a while longer in the shower, cook myself a quality breakfast, and slowly sip my tea. This whole routine carries me until about noon until I actually wake up and decide to do something social/productive/chore-like.
Last Saturday afternoon I headed over to the Wakeman’s house for our once-a-month art collective. It was relaxing to sit in their cozy home (with my back facing against their wood stove heater) and see all of the neat projects people were working on. I myself made a bit of progress on the knitting front as did Miranda, but everyone had something interesting they were working on. Joel was making collages, another was working on an design project for her job as an architect, one girl was making flower hairpins, and quite possibly my fave was listening to Kyle cover the Beatles song ‘When I’m 64’ on his guitar while trying to get the forgotten lyrics off of a phone.
So, now I’m singing the lyrics ‘You could knit a sweater by the fireside, Sunday mornings go for a ride…’
Music used to be happier and simpler back then.