March 22nd, 2014

Paul Neyron rose 2

Saturday so far

I went to bed at 1:00 a.m. and got up at 10:00 a.m.  At least I'd finished up my editing job last night.

After breakfast, I sat under the sunlight-effect lamp for about forty-five minutes.

I called J. and we talked a bit.  I thought he could give me answers as to why iTunes was automatically downloading things I already had, but he didn't have much in the way of answers.  He get his tooth pulled soon.  They're making the first false tooth now.

I texted some with J.-PA and with A.  The plan is that I'll talk to A. Sunday evening.  J.-PA's grocery store is very busy on weekends, but I told her maybe I'd stop by on Monday to do some shopping.  She doesn't have time to talk, but if I see her I'll say a quick hello.

It's supposed to be relatively warm out today.  After today, it's supposed to get cold again.  I should take more snowdrop and crocus pictures while I can.

A couple of hours later: I went out.  It was pretty warm out.  I took snowdrop and crocus pictures.  Mom and I went for a walk in a local park.

Later: I had Mom watch the deleted scene with Santana singing "Santa Baby" from "Extraordinary Merry Christmas."  I had had her watch the ring box scene before the episode.  We watched "Yes/No."  The part where Carole told Finn that his father had died of a drug overdose, and Finn said that he hoped he didn't end up like his father was painful to watch.  The episode ends with Finn asking Rachel to marry him, a plot that would go on through the third season.

I knew Finn would never see Will marry Emma, but I didn't say that to Mom.  If we should get to "I Do" in our marathon, or maybe the end of the fourth season, I'll tell her.  She'd realize it at the very end of the fourth season, anyway.  Aspects of the Glee marathon are making me sad in retrospect.  I am still enjoying parts of the episodes, as I enjoyed parts of the episodes the first time I saw them, and in subsequent marathons.

Mom wanted to watch more episodes.  I had her watch the deleted Warblers "I Want You Back" scene before "Michael."  We watched "Michael" and "The Spanish Teacher."  I explained that David Martinez was played by Ricky Martin.  I said that the only suspense left after "The Spanish Teacher" was whether Blaine would lose an eye, but that "Heart" had some suspense, and "On My Way" had quite a bit of suspense.