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Jan. 17th, 2016 01:09 am
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I've been feeling a bit tired the past few days. Not exhausted, exactly, or sick, but just easily tuckered out so I've been napping and curling up under the blankets a lot over the past few days. I think it's a bit of low grade depression, which I hope will pass since I'm using mood stabilizers again. Feisty has enjoyed the cuddling, I'm sure. Anyway, I spent seven hours watching football on TV, which is not something I have often done in the past, especially at my own home at my own discretion. Stoic was good company and made a delicious supper with fried pork and bok choy over spaghetti squash with something called dandan sauce (hot and peanutty). We watched the Patriots win handily, and then played cribbage while Green Bay come so close to winning against Arizona. The hail mary play with no time left to send the game into overtime was truly epic.

Date: 2016-01-18 02:23 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] anagramofbrat.livejournal.com
I rather enjoy watching football on occasion. I don't have much team investment, although in january my interest is piqued for obvious reasons. But it's one of those mindless background noise things I like to put on sometimes while crafting or coloring because it fills up the area with sound I don't have to pay attention to unless I really want to.

And yes, that hail mary touchdown on Saturday was made of all kinds of HOLY CRAP THAT HAPPENED. But also the run that ultimately won it for the Cardinals.

Date: 2016-01-18 11:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] grinninfoole.livejournal.com
I'm a bit dismayed to realize just how much I actually know about the Patriots through a sort of media osmosis. The patriarchy has more hooks in me than I care to admit.

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