Week in review: 1 – 7 February 2021

While it is snowing heavily outside again, we are all snuggled up inside. After all it is Sunday and I feel absolutely no motivation at all to step outside today. This morning we were woken up with a loud bang – Lotti had jumped up on a bathroom shelf and pushed down all plants. A wonderful way to wake up and immediately having to clean the bathroom floor from plant soil and pot shards … not. We assume that both kittens have now reached their puberty. Hopefully it won’t get any worse.

Besides, today is of course Super Bowl Sunday. The snow will probably prevent a lot of gatherings and people will just watch it from home. Like us. In recent years we always met with friends, but tonight it will just be us. And a lot of food. We don’t have a favorite and we are not even that interested in football, but looking forward to some good advertisements and the halftime show (The Weeknd!).

|Watched| Bridgerton, GNTM, Fate: The Winx Saga
|Read| The History of Sweets, Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares, The Smoking Bun, Children of Blood and Bone
|Listened to| The Societe videos, Tokio Hotel
|Done| worked – the first two days from home due to a snow storm, had a “date night” with my friend and met her at a cute French bistro, went to my biannual dentist appointment, had a relaxing weekend, on Saturday we helped Rich’s best friend to set up his apartment before he proposed to his girlfriend
|Eaten| chicken noodle soup, nohut, baked brie, cheese cake
|Drunk| water, herbal tea, coffee, two fancy cocktails at that French bistro
|Thought| Oh right, so Governor Cuomo doesn’t actual believe in scientists … that explains a lot of his decisions from these last few months
|Been happy| when Rich, the kittens and I spent so much time together on Monday and Tuesday
|Laughed| when half of the City seemed in Central Park on Tuesday to go sledding – the fat squirrels were not very amused
|Desired|

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|Bought| this beautiful necklace with a Turkish coin
|Clicked| I love Southern food: 30 New Southern Classics To Make in 2021; it is Black History month and in order to educate myself better I want to watch these TED talks: 6 Must-Watch TED Talks to Understand Black History and Diversity

© janavar

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