This weekend, for the first time in a long time, we tried something new, and actually really, really liked it.
For the first time in a while, we had nothing to do (!). No houses to work on (we just sold one of our rentals the day before, which felt so good!), no campaigns to shoot, no commitments to anyone, nothing. So you know what we tried and loved?
Nothing. We did nothing all day Saturday and it was glorious. It rained the whole day, which happened to be the perfect excuse to stay in, and we took full advantage of that. We didn’t leave the house except to grab takeout and come straight back home to finish our show. We didn’t even change out of our pajamas until after noon. Lazy, right? First, we were firmly planted in bed for most of the morning:
We didn’t move from here for quite a while. We even tried reading some, though we mostly watched Hulu & Netflix.
Halfway through the day we started Killing Eve with Sandra Oh. Have you seen it? We’ve been looking for a way to watch it since it came out earlier this year, and it finally debuted on Hulu! We binged the entire thing yesterday #sorrynotsorry and Sandra Oh can basically do no wrong in our book. The show is gripping, twisty, surprisingly funny, and also really current. If you haven’t seen it, we highly recommend it!
We ordered Japanese takeout (remember, the only time we left the house all day) and watched all eight episodes in the living room, close to the fire and the Christmas tree. By this time we had showered (thank God) and brushed our teeth, but remained in our pajamas. Later that night, we made popcorn and poured a glass of wine. The day of doing nothing was coming to an end.
That was, however, until PJ got a taste for something sweet. So we went into the kitchen and he made some sort of homemade brownie in a mug thing that he heated up in the microwave using the ingredients in the pic below. He said it was alright, that is satisfied his sweet tooth, but wasn’t anything to write home about.
We ended up getting to bed a little after midnight, and felt satisfied with the way we spent the day. Sometimes you need lazy days like this to appreciate the other ones, don’t you? The days where you recharge and eat whatever you want and watch whatever you want and do whatever you want. We don’t get them often, but we welcome them every time we do.
We hope you had a good weekend, too, friend!