Weekend Watching

I had planned on being up early to watch the sunrise, but I stayed up late the night before watching some of the new/old fall tv previews (Murphy Brown, New Amsterdam, A Million Little Things, Manifest, Last Man Standing).

I thought I would be out kayaking at some point to see if the turtles were soaking up a little sun on a chilly day, but instead I was watching Manchester United lose to West Ham United and College GameDay (the second best sports show on tv after Pardon the Interruption).

I was prepared to be outdoors watching the leaves change to vibrant fall colors, but somehow I was still watching flowers wanting to bloom and dance in the cool autumn breeze between innings of Bryce Harper’s last game of the season, but hopefully not the last game ever, with the Washington Nationals.

I could have been out at some posh establishment watching the exciting nightlife, but I don’t believe they would have been showing the great Notre Dame victory over Stanford and I doubt my Notre Dame sweatpants and hoodie would have been acceptable attire.

I guess one could say it was a weekend to watch the wildlife from the windows

and the world drift by.