Watching: I just got caught up in Season 3 of Ozark so I can finish out Season 4. I remember when Season 3 came out - Right at the height of when COVID was starting & no one knew what was going on & the political climate so high & I honestly couldnt handle the stress of the show. I guess my Zoloft is working because I've zoomed through the season now.
I also finished a documentary on Peacock called Meddling... whooo - I dont remember this big controversary at all & I'm usually all about the ice skating during the Olympics. This was just nuts. Is NOTHING trust worthy anymore?
But its only like 3 or 4 episodes long - totally worth watching.
LISTENING: I am so cheering on the Holderness Family on The Amazing Race & I love hearing their take of what happened to them & some behind the scenes things on their podcast. They just seem like the best little family.
HATING: The cold & snow & ice. I'm OVER ITTTTT!!!!! Go away. You made your point. We'll see you next year!
LOVING: I noticed for the first time yesterday driving into work just a lighter shade of dark in the sky. The sun is coming up earlier!! WHOOO HOOO!!! & setting later. It was like 6:15pm the other day & I yelled at Hubby - LOOK - you can still see outside! My seasonal disorder heart is feeling a spark of light (pun intended)
EXCITED ABOUT: We have a new Electric Kettle on its way right now to our home. I cant wait to get it!
LOOKING FOR: New tennis shoes. I dont need anything fancy or anything for running (yet) but I do want some comfy walking shoes. I have some Sketchers that I love just sliding on & they are soft around the ankle. I tried on another pair the other day of regular runners & the hard edges gave me blisters on the back of my heel. I want some new walking shoes that are just that soft pull on kind.
I saw these & they have a good review count... cheap enough too - I may give these a try. If I just dont buy a new pair of Sketchers.FEELING: Still adjusting to all the new meds I'm on. I feel so nauseated every day & looked & all 3 pills I take say "nausea" is a side effect. So there's that.