I watched as the strange vibes that have been floating around all year continued with my realization that somehow I’m not facing that it’s really the middle of November.

I’m in no mood for deep analysis, so I’m going to take an easy out and continue to blame the weather.  It has been a strange year of weather and we are already deep into the gray season.

Normally the weekend before Thanksgiving I would have been watching us put up the Christmas lights, but the roof and gutters are still completely covered in snow and oak leaves.

Why can one little oak leave hanging in the balance generate a little smile and a yard full of a thousand oak leaves provoke a very different response?

The strange movie vibes continued this weekend.  After watching so few movies this year, I was looking forward to watching the Puzzle after adding it to my watchlist after several good reviews.  Although my reaction wasn’t quite this bad, I did struggle finishing the movie.

Even the football vibes are odd this year with two of my teams, Notre Dame and Michigan, remaining in the College Football Playoff along with Alabama and Clemson.  Usually my teams are out halfway through the season.  Loved watching Notre Dame play in Yankee Stadium (not quite so excited about the pinstripe uniforms) against Syracuse and a few fans around the house got a bit carried away with their in-your-face celebrations after Notre Dame defeated Syracuse 36-3.

10 Replies to “Weekend Watching”

  1. Strange season, strange times, and I watched the trailer for Puzzle – strange movie! Don’t think I’ll be watching that one – doesn’t help that I’ve never been drawn to jigsaw puzzles. On movies, I did watch The Ballad of Buster Scruggs yesterday, and loved it.
    Have a good week!

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    1. I thought Irrfan Khan was wonderful in The Lunchbox and was hoping for another great role in Puzzle, but I should have been watching Harry Kane score against Croatia instead. I’ve added The Ballad of Buster Scruggs to my watchlist and since it’s a Coen brothers movie with Brendan Gleeson and Liam Neeson, it jumped to the top of the list. I wish there wasn’t a great NFL game on tonight.😁

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