Monday, September 09, 2019

Beautiful fall-like weekend

IMG_20190908_135440_745I know we are still officially in summer season but this weekend definitely had a fall feel to it. Don't get me wrong. It was a really nice weekend and no IMG_20190908_135558_402 complaints whatsoever but fall definitely was felt in the air. While it was mostly sunny, with some puffy clouds here and there, there was a breeze and if you were not in the direct sun it could be a little cool at times. But if sitting in the direct sun it was actually pretty warm. 

Friday was a pretty miserable day with wind and rain (the leftover system from the hurricane pushing through). We had tickets to see "Vampire Weekend" at Madison Square Garden. Ended up taking the train down which worked out well. But the walk to MSG was through misty/rainy weather, same on the way back. And when we got off the train back at home it was actually pouring. But the show was definitely worth it. They put on such a great show. (3+ hours) Definitely got our money's worth there. Before the show we were going to stop at "Stout" for dinner but the place was so packed we ended up going to the place next door "Feile". It was quite busy there too, being Friday night, but we at least were able to grab a table before it got too crazy. Overall I wasn't too impressed with the place. Another generic Irish pub in midtown more or less. But it was super close to MSG so it was ok I guess. We didn't get home till around 2am so I was glad that we were able to sleep in on Saturday. 

Saturday we went to lunch in Oxford at 121. And later caught up on some more TV and started watching the new Amazon show "Carnival Row". I wasn't too sure about it at first but we almost finished it on Sunday (just have 1 episode to go now) and by the end of it it had really grown on me and I wish there were more episodes. Well, we do have 1 more episode and hopefully they will make another season. 

Sunday we took advantage of the nice weather and went to the White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield, CT. They have a neat boardwalk trail we had done before. Was nice to go back. After we did that we stopped at a vineyard nearby - Haight Brown. We had never been there before so it was nice to check it out. I honestly wasn't overly impressed with their wines but their space and property was really nice and it was fun to sit outside and sip a glass of wine. Afterwards we headed over to the Marketplace in the center of Litchfield for lunch. And eventually back home for more Netflix binging of "Carnival Row". 

And here we are, it's Monday again. Not sure I am ready for another week. But I guess ready or not, here we go. 

Letter/Mail Update:  Received a letter from/owe a reply to: Lotte/Denmark. A letter to Celia/MA went out early last week.  

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Monday, September 02, 2019

Labor Day Weekend

Pixlr (2)Hello September and happy Labor Day to those in the US and Canada. :) Mike and I spent the weekend in Philadelphia and only got back today. Always nice to have an extended weekend and be able to go away for 2 nights rather than just 1. 

Philly isn't my favorite city but it's relatively close (2 1/2-3 hours depending on traffic) and does have a lot of neat history. It's definitely a bit rough around the edges and I do prefer Boston, DC or NY over it. But we decided to visit with our friends Megan & Jonathan who moved down there about a year and a half ago. It was definitely nice to see them and to catch up a bit. 

We left Danbury around 8am on Saturday. Drove to our hotel (Club Quarters) and checked in. After that we headed to lunch at Iron Hill Brewery. A bit of a chain but enjoyable. The location we went to opened just under a year ago and was across the street from the Hard Rock. After lunch we walked around, took some pictures of the historic buildings in Central Philly as well as the Liberty Bell. When we were done we headed back to the hotel for a bit and then had dinner at Dandelion Pub

Sunday we headed down to Wilmington, DE and had breakfast at Einstein's Bagels (love that chain!!) From there we continued into rural PA for some wine tasting. The first 2 vineyards we went to (Paradocx and 1723) were really neat and we had a lot of fun tasting the various wine and hanging out. The third vineyard (Kreutz) unfortunately was a bit of a bust. Kind of too bad because they had a super cute dog and the lady running it seemed nice. But the wines just weren't our cup of tea. Oh well. Can't win them all. It was still a fun day. 

Once we returned back to Philly we headed back to the hotel briefly and then met our friends at a place called Chick's in South Philly. That was a lot of fun and I'd definitely recommend checking it out if you're ever in the area. 

Today, Monday, we went to the Mutter Museum in the morning (what an odd place) and then had lunch at Fado Irish Pub before heading back to CT. And well here we are. It's the evening and tomorrow it's back to work and back to the grind. 

Letter/Mail Update:  Received a letter from/owe a reply to: Celia/MA. 

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Monday, August 26, 2019

Goodbye August

GoodbyeAugustThe last week of August. How did we get here? In a way it feels like the summer was endless but on the other end it feels like it was just the end of winter and getting nice and warm outside. And now we are on the other side of things already again. Today it definitely feels like fall is coming. It's only 52F (11C) right now and the high is going to be 73f (22C). Not bad weather of course and all in all I prefer this weather compared to the crazy humidity and heat. This makes for much better sleeping weather as well. I think my only hang up with it is that it feels bittersweet. Because while I really enjoy this weather I also know that it's only going to last for so long before it turns really cold and never ending winter takes over again. 

Of course we'll probably have some more summer weather in the coming weeks. I predict at least a few more 80 degree days (27C) September usually is a pretty nice month in New England. But temps can swing quite wildly. It can feel like summer one day and fall the next day. And sometimes even in the course of a day. Oh well, we can't change the weather so will just need to make due with what we are given, right? :)

Not really all that much new otherwise. We had a pretty low key weekend all in all. Sunday we went back to Hawk Ridge Vineyard. This time we tried their food and ordered a cheese platter and the buffalo chicken dip. Plus a bottle of the "Shake Your Tail Feather". Was fun to sit outside on the deck, hanging out, people watching, for a while. Then we stopped into 121 for a bit after before going home and catching up on some recorded TV and Netflix. 

Sunday was a similar day. We slept in and then went to have brunch at Gaudi. It's a tapas place in the town bordering ours and we had been meaning to try it out for a while now. It was an odd experience though. The food was good but the whole atmosphere was really strange. We were also the only 2 people in there the whole time we were there. The place gets really good reviews online so I dunno, maybe it's a different experience at dinner. But brunch was kind of strange. They had a three course prix-fix type deal but only two choices for each course. Mike didn't really like anything that much so he decided not to eat. I had a spinach salad with strawberries and walnuts for the 1st course, paella for the 2nd and creme brulee for the 3rd. The paella was really good. Anyway after that we went to Rosys and Mike was able to get his crab legs one more time (they are on the seafood fest special menu that only lasts throughout the summer) so he was happy with that. Eventually headed home and binge watched the rest of season 3 of 'Designated Survivor'. Kind of sad that the show is done now. Are they not doing a season 4? I really like what Netflix did with the show. 

Letter/Mail Update:  Received a letter from/owe a reply to: Celia/MA. 

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Monday, August 19, 2019

Low Key Weekend

FB_IMG_1537840311909Yup it's Monday again. Kind of dragging this morning but then I guess that's about normal on a Monday. Honestly Monday is my least favorite day of the week. Also going to be really hot again today. There's a heat advisory for our area. I guess at least I'll be at work inside with air conditioning so it could be worse. It's supposed to be hot for the next few days before it cools down again. I guess all in all I shouldn't complain. Before we know it the weather will turn and it will get cold. I do look forward to fall but it's a season that just never seem to last very long. Where winter seems to last forever.  Oh well. Can't do much about the weather. 

Let's see, what else? Had a pretty low key weekend all in all. Saturday we went to the movies to see "Blinded by the Light" which was really good. A British independent film centered around a Pakistani teen growing up in the 80ies in Luton, England who discovers a love for the music of Bruce Springsteen. I'd definitely recommend the movie. It's inspired by a true story and was definitely a fun watch. After the movies we went for lunch in Oxford at 121. And later caught up on some TV. On Sunday we slept in which was nice and then went for lunch at Rosy's. They still have the Seafood Fest going on and Mike's a big fan of their crab leg special so we always have to go a few times every summer so he can get the crab legs. Hung out for a while and eventually left to run some errands and then to head home to catch up on more TV. We finished watching "Another Life" and then started on the latest season of "Designated Survivor". The latest season is only 10 episodes. It used to be on ABC but was cancelled and then picked up by Netflix. Sort of the same thing that happened to "Lucifer". We did already watch all the Lucifer episodes. I like the concept of Netflix and the various streaming services where you can binge watch a show after it gets released but it also makes the wait in between seasons so much longer. Oh well, is what it is I suppose. 

Alright, not much else going on at the moment. Another week ahead. I have a feeling it's going to be very busy for the remaining August weeks at work. It will probably get somewhat better after Labor Day. Well, just need to hang in there and I guess it will be here before we know it. 

Letter/Mail Update:  Received a letter from/owe a reply to: Celia/MA. 

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Monday, August 12, 2019

Boston Weekend

IMG_20190811_100113_747And it's Monday again. My standard opening for 90% of my blog posts I think. Last week dragged, was busy but otherwise uneventful. But the IMG_20190811_111021_116weekend was a lot of fun. :) 

Saturday morning we left Danbury around 8.30 am and headed up to Boston. Our hotel was in the Seaport district and was quite the unique experience. We stayed at a Yotel. Here's how they describe it on their website "Old England meets New England – and any tea parties will be of the entirely social sort! Inspired by Japan, defined by a Brit, YOTEL delivers ergonomically designed rooms, that optimize the available space, and make smart use of technology to save you time and money" The room was truly tiny but had everything we needed. The bed was super comfortable and the whole experience felt very futuristic. lol. Valet parking at the hotel would have been $50 (no thank you) so we parked at a nearby garage where they had a $5 weekend special so we paid just $10 for parking. Much better. 

After dropping off our bags at the hotel we walked over the bridge to the harbor area near the aquarium. Had lunch at the Legal Seafoods there. Delicious as always. After hanging out at the Legal Seafoods we intended to go to the aquarium but there was a super long line, mostly filled with families with kids in strollers. Again, no thank you. So we decided against that idea (plus admission was $31 per person - yikes) and instead walked over to the Hard Rock Cafe near Quincy Market. Looked at some shops and then had a couple of drinks at the Hard Rock. 

Afterwards we meandered our way back to the hotel via the Harborwalk which goes along the water and made for a nice walk. Stopped at the hotel for a bit to freshen up and then headed back out. The plan was to go to the Legal Seafoods in Harborside. It's a 3 story building and each floor offers a different experience. I had looked this up online and the 3rd floor looked really nice. Rooftop bar offering a limited menu with small plates and sushi. It looked like a fun place to hang out enjoying the views. Well it seemed like a good idea until we discovered they turn it into a sort of club type place with bouncers and a rope and a wait in line. We did stand in line and made our way up there but ended up not staying. Really not our scene. Too bad because the views were super pretty. Oh well. Instead we headed back downstairs and went across the street to the Legal Test Kitchen. (yes there are a bunch of Legal Seafood restaurants in Boston and the surrounding areas) Had a light dinner there and some wine before heading back to the hotel. 

Sunday we slept in which was nice. Then checked out around 10.30 and brought our bags to the car in the garage. Stopped at a neat coffee shop called Caffe Nero. Apparently an UK chain that also exists here in the US, just not in our area where we live.  Hung out there for a bit before having brunch at the Trillium Brewery. They also have a rooftop bar so we headed up there to start with but as they had no umbrellas or shade up there it was just too hot. We had a drink up there and then headed back downstairs  to eat. Delicious. Hung out for a while before eventually having to leave to had back to CT. Traffic was annoying but then nothing much else could be expected coming back on a Sunday late afternoon I suppose. We eventually made it back a little after 6pm so really not too bad. Met up with our friend John and hung out for a while. 

And well here we are. It's Monday again. Let's see what this week brings at work. Not sure I am ready for another week but ready or not it will have to be ok. Can't believe we have already made it into the middle of August. Crazy. 

Letter/Mail Update:  A letter is going out today to Lotte/Denmark. 

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Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Hopkins Inn, Hawk Ridge Winery and more

IMG_20190806_071308_635Alright Tuesday morning. A little behind this week it seems. I have been pretty good about writing my weekly posts on either Sunday or lately Monday IMG_20190806_071043_821 but somehow didn't happen this week so here I am, Tuesday morning, instead. Alright, let's see. Well, it's August. I know that's very cliche but it's always a turning point of sorts to me when one month changes to the next. I really don't want to be wishing summer away because there are things I truly do enjoy about the summer. I like being able to sit outside for lunch/dinner, linger outside at wineries or other places, people watch, all relaxed. Being able to go for walks, the pretty scenery, blooming flowers, etc. 

What I don't like about summer is the crazy business at work. Plus the crazy heat and humidity. It hasn't been all that bad with the heat and humidity this summer. I mean we have definitely had it but I think it was worse last summer. But we still have most of August to go so who knows. Work has definitely been crazy. I do feel like this summer has been worse than the last 2 I experienced. But who knows. It could just be a combination of different factors as well. 

Anyway, last weekend was nice. Saturday we went to Hawk Ridge Winery in Watertown, CT. Completely accidental Google find. They have only been open for about 2 years but seemed really busy when we were there. Beautiful deck and grounds, a full food menu (we didn't eat this time but definitely worth coming back for) and good wine. Hung out for about an hour before moving on to 121 in Oxford for lunch. 

Sunday we went to the Hopkins Inn. Pretty much a yearly ritual to go there once every summer. It's always great to have a delicious leisurely lunch sitting outside overlooking the lake. They have an Austrian chef so I always end up getting Schnitzel or something along those lines. We shared escargot for the appetizer and I had the Toblerone Sundae for dessert while Mike got the mint parfait. Plus some Earl Grey tea and we shared a bottle of Gruener Veltliner. All super delicious. It's also pricey so it's a special once a year spot for us. Really amazing though. 

Well, now we are back in the work week and just trying to make it through the week. This upcoming weekend we are heading to Boston (for 1 night, Saturday-Sunday) so I am looking forward to that. The one thing I can't really complain about this summer is that even though we haven't taken any real vacations we have been able to sprinkle mini getaways and fun outings in throughout the summer to keep things interesting. 

Oh, I probably didn't even mention it yet. But I'll also be going back to Austria at the very end of Sept into early Oct. Just for a week to visit with my parents.  

Letter/Mail Update:  Owe a reply/received a letter from Lotte/Denmark. 

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Monday, July 29, 2019

Pizza, Beer & History - NYC - Walking Tour Weekend

IMG_20190729_070904_426And it's Monday again. I really dislike Mondays. But what can you do? 

We did have a nice weekend. On Saturday we went to NYC for the "Pizza, Beer and History Tour". We took the train down and stopped at Blue Haven for a bit as the tour didn't start until 3pm. We ordered chicken tenders which turned out to be a huge portion. Honestly we should have skipped the food because they fed you quite a bit of pizza on the tour. I was so full afterwards. Our first stop was Artichoke Pizza and that was honestly quite unique. We had their traditional artichoke slice and it was super creamy and filling. I am not even usually a big fan of artichokes but this was really good. Just super filling. Our second stop was Joe's Pizza. I thought it was pretty good, your typical NYC cheese pizza by the slice. Mike was underwhelmed with it but I thought it was decent enough. After that we stopped at the Blind Tiger for a beer. And from there moved on to Bleeker Street Pizza and had their "Nonna Maria" slice which was pretty delicious. The tour ended near the Stonewall Inn and we had another beer at Kettle of Fish. Lots of neat history tid bits and facts thrown in between all the food and beer stops as well. Definitely a fun experience and the other people on the tour were fun as well. There were 6 of us so it wasn't a huge group which made it easier/better probably. Funny thing is that the other people all lived in NYC. 

Yesterday, Sunday, we went to the movies to see the new Tarantino movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood". Would definitely recommend the movie. It was a typical Tarantino movie in a lot of ways and in a lot of ways it also wasn't. But if you enjoy that era of Hollywood it's a great movie to see even just for the visuals and the cinematography. Of course there was violence but then that's just Tarantino. I won't write too much else about it to avoid given away any spoilers. But either way, go see the movie if you are a Tarantino fan and have enjoyed his other movies. I'd definitely recommend it. The funny thing is Tarantino is something that has kind of grown on me having lived here for this many years. I remember when I first lived in CA in 98-99 my ex boyfriend tried to get me to watch "Pulp Fiction" and I was absolutely horrified by it. I think I will need to revisit that movie again to see if I'd actually enjoy it now, after having seen a bunch of his newer films. 

So yeah, that sums up our weekend. Another week ahead now. Just a few more days left in July. This summer seems to be zipping by. It's a bittersweet thing for me. Because part of me is definitely longing for summer to be over/have the crazy busy season at work behind us. And I really enjoy fall. I love the crisp blue skies, the slightly cooler weather, the leaves changing colors. But at the same time that also signals that winter is ahead and oh god how do I hate winter. I feel the past few winters have just been endless too. We haven't had much of a spring these past years, pretty much moving from winter straight into summer. Ugh. 

Alright enough complaining. Better get ready for work. :) 

Letter/Mail Update:  Owe a reply/received a letter from Lotte/Denmark. 

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Sunday, July 21, 2019

HEATWAVE weekend

SnoopyA rare Sunday update. :) I have a little bit of time so I figured it would be good to get my weekly update in. Slept till about 10 even though it's super hot. Then sat on the couch for a while reading which was an enjoyable way to start the morning. Eventually decided to start up the computer to get my post in. :) 

The week has been ok. Busy at work as usual but I guess that's really to be expected at this time of the year. We are also experiencing a really annoying heatwave at the moment but crazy high temps and humidity. Heat warnings in effect. Real feel temps of 110F (43C). It's definitely not good weather to be outdoors. So yesterday, Saturday, we went to the movies in the morning and saw "Stuber". It was entertaining and funny. Definitely not an Oscar type movie but funny enough and a good way to get out of the heat and into the AC for a while. Afterwards we went for lunch at 121 in Oxford. And later stopped into Two Steps for a couple glasses of wine before heading home. Caught up on some recorded shows. It was still really hot after the sun went down but with all the fans blasting on high it was tolerable more or less. 

Today we don't have a lot of plans either really. Laying low this weekend with the heat. Plus last weekend we were busy on the North Fork so it's good to have a quiet weekend to balance things out. Slept in this morning, now just relaxing, reading, updating my blog. Then we will head to Rosy's for lunch in a bit. Every summer they have their Seafood Fest specials and Mike really enjoys the crab legs. I'll probably get a salad, they do have a few pretty delicious ones. So that's the plan for the near future. We'll see what we end up doing after that. Also need to run a few errands, pick up groceries and eventually are going to watch some more recorded shows probably. So all in all a relaxing day ahead. 

In other news, booked 2 nights in Philly over Labor Day weekend. Going to finally see Megan and Jonathan who moved there a while ago. So that should be fun. We also have 1 night in Boston coming up in August. And next weekend we have the "Pizza, Beer and History Tour" in NYC. So keeping busy. :)

Letter/Mail Update:  A letter went out last Tuesday to Celia/MA. 

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Monday, July 15, 2019

North Fork Anniversary Weekend

IMG_20190714_093713_667And Monday morning again. :( I am especially sluggish this morning. It was a great weekend but definitely busy. A lot of sun (and some sunburn) & a lot of wine. :) We had a great weekend though, really no complaints. Just wish I had an extra day to just relax now. Wouldn't that be nice? 

Anyway, last week was busy at work. Basically no different than it has been. Then Saturday morning we left Danbury in the morning with the goal to get to Paumanok Vineyards right around 11. Traffic was a real nightmare though and instead of the 2 hours it should have taken it took us almost 3 to get there. So we didn't get to the vineyard till close to 12. Still made a stop and had a glass of wine on the deck. They have a really nice rustic deck where you can sit outside and look out at the vines. When we were done there we headed to lunch at A Lure in Southold. Such a pretty place right next to the marina. And the food is absolutely delicious. We had been there one time before and it was fun to be back. They are only open seasonally so it's not a place we can generally go if we come in the total off season. Anyway, was fun to have lunch by the water even though I am pretty sure that's where Mike and I got our sunburn. We didn't think it through and didn't put on sunscreen. And of course spending that much time outside, even though we were in the shade most of the time, took its toll. 

After lunch we continued on and went to Kontakoska Winery. Another beautiful spot. The vineyard has a huge backyard/lawn that reaches the ocean so you can take your wine and sit near the ocean. Very pretty. From there we headed to Osprey's Dominion. We have been there quite a few times but often we come in the off-season and early in the day so it's usually very quiet. This time it was super busy. So many people. They had live music, a food truck, corn hole and big Jenga games and people everywhere, hanging out, playing games, drinking wine. We got a bottle of wine and a cheese/salami/cracker platter and people watched for a while. It's always interesting doing that. Especially during the busy season. You see all sorts of interesting people. From there we headed to Macari. They were getting ready for an event so we only got a glass of wine as they were getting ready to shut down for the general public.

From there we headed to our hotel. It being the high season we had to stay a bit farther out than we usually do. The past few times we stayed at the Indigo but that was going for $400/night and no way am I paying that. So instead we stayed at the Clarion near McArthur airport. Definitely not a great place but it was fine for what we needed. The room was fine, the general public areas where pretty awful. But again, we really just needed a place to sleep. It was about a 40 min. ride from there to the wineries so not so terrible. We ended up hanging out at a place called Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza. It was fine and probably better than the hotel bar. 

Sunday morning we went to breakfast at the airport diner which was just down the road. Had some breakfast there and then headed back out for some more wine. First stop was Clovis Point. We got there just a little after 11 and it was still very quiet. We got a glass and sat outside under the covered porch. Nobody else around so it was really peaceful. From there we headed back over to Macari since we wanted to spend some more time there after our visit having been cut short the previous day. Got a bottle of rose and sat outside on the lawn under the umbrellas. There was a breeze which made it actually very nice and not too oppressive with the heat. We had a lot of fun just hanging out so in the end we decided to get a second bottle and also took advantage of the pizza truck that was parked there. OMG -- they had the most delicious Neapolitan style pizza. So good!! I am seriously upset that we can't have more of this pizza any time soon. So good. 

Anyway when we were done at Macari we headed to our final stop at Coffeepot Cellars. We discovered that place a few years ago and always come back when we are on the North Fork now. It's run by the sweetest people and they also have an adorable pug called Beasley. They are also very invested in issues like the monarch butterflies and bees. Just an all around neat and feel good type of place. We hung out with Beasley for a while before eventually making our way back to CT. Traffic unfortunately was just as annoying on the way back so we didn't get back to CT till after 8pm. Oh well. 

And here we are. It's Monday again. And I need to get ready for work. Not sure I am ready for another work week ahead but what can you do? Work hard, play hard. :)

Letter/Mail Update:  Wrote a letter -- just need to put it together and get it in the mail: Celia/MA. 

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Monday, July 08, 2019

Fourth of July, Women's Soccer and more

PixlrUgh and it's Monday again and somehow today is really hitting me hard. I didn't really have an extra long weekend so I can't blame that. I did have Thursday off for the 4th but then did go into work on Friday. Always a little weird having a day off in the middle of the week. Of course not complaining about that but it just makes the course of the week feel a little off. It was a busy week which was to be expected. And I have a feeling today is going to be an equally busy day. A lot of people did have Friday off so I think a lot of it is going to be dealing with left over issues and problems. I am also still covering for someone on vacation. Well oh well, will get through this too. 

So let's see. To recap. Thursday we didn't really do much. We slept in and then went to lunch in Fairfield at Flipside. Always a fun place to go and they are one of those places that's open for most holidays so it's always a good place to head when a lot of other restaurants/bars are closed. Watched some more 'Stranger Things' later in the day. We hadn't seen season 2 yet so we wanted to catch up in order to watch season 3 which was releasing on July 4th. 

Friday was a regular work day. And the weekend all in all was pretty low key. Saturday was really muggy with thunderstorms throughout the day. So we went to the movies in the morning and saw the new Spiderman movie. Was a fun film and honestly I never really used to be into these super hero movies but they have started to grow on me. Had lunch in Oxford and later met up with our friends John and Jana for a bit before heading home and watching more "Stranger Things". 

Sunday we headed to TKs to watch the Women's World Soccer Cup, US vs. the Netherlands. TKs has turned itself into a soccer bar which is kind of neat. When I first moved here it was just your standard sports/wings bar but it now has a real focus on soccer. Anyway, the US won which was of course enjoyable. After the match we headed over to Rosy's where we met John again for a bit before going home and binge watching the rest of 'Stranger Things'. We are all caught up now. I won't write anything about it as I don't want to spoil anything. But really, if you have enjoyed the first two seasons then go binge the third. And I already can't wait for the fourth even though I can only imagine it's going to be a while before it comes out. 

Alright, that's all I have for now. Better get ready and face this Monday. 

Letter/Mail Update:  Have received a letter from/owe a reply to: Celia/MA. 

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