I woke up extra early today. It was 1:30am and I couldn’t sleep. I think Sarah and I probably shouldn’t have opened the second bottle of wine because I was feeling it early this morning. C’est la vie. It was a beautiful night of barbecued steaks after a great motorcycle ride. It was the first ride of the season for me. The bike felt good.
I went back to sleep around 4am and slept in until 7am. A cup of Walla Walla Brown Bear coffee was just what I needed. I even got out to the gym and put a couple of miles on the treadmill and lifted weights. I am getting excited about my sailing class. The weather forecast doesn’t seem to good but I think that will add to the adventure.
Anyway, I am going to keep this post short for today. Sarah reminded me that I hadn’t made my post yet. I appreciate how supportive she is and the way she helps me towards my personal goals. We watched the Gonzaga vs. TCU game. It was a nail-biter. I don’t usually watch the Gonzaga games because they seem to lose when I do. I usually just hope for the best and check the scores in the morning. While I don’t think I personally make a difference on whether they win or lose, I do think the Heisenberg effect proves that the game could be impacted by my observation. So I think it is best to leave it alone.
I looked in my image library and found this image and it seemed appropriate to share. I made this panorama at the Maryhill Estate in Arlington Washington three years ago before the covid quarantine. I love the landscape and the geometry created by the vineyards.
I hope you had a good Sunday. I’ll try to be more thoughtful tomorrow.