Sunday, March 15, 2009

It's not the amount of time that matters. It's what you do with it that counts.

After church today, I did the following.

Updated my Facebook status.

Watched 2 hours of the Phillies/Cardinals game on the MLB channel.

Spent the hours of 3-7 watching "Wyatt Earp" while Rakes asked me approximately 13,597 times who was the bad guy.

Made an omlette.

Watched "Amazing Race" with Ciera and Rakes.

I'm now on the computer watching the USA/Netherlands WBC elimination game.


I'm debating on whether I should get out of bed before 10 a.m.; right now the smart money would be on NO.


Tex said...

I'm tired just reading what all you did. I barely had enough energy yesterday to clean the dishes I had dirtied since Thursday. YES I have been THAT sick.

Im getting more energy with hopes in the morning it'll be much better. I think I'm just run down.

My vote is to sleep in...I'll be getting a MRI

Ted D said...

Tex, sorry to hear you are still dealing with all that. Hope the morning finds you better and you get good news from the MRI.

::Hugs:: Sis.

HorshamScouse said...

Feel better,Tex.

Unless I read that wrong, the only actual thing you did was make an omelette. The rest was watching TV. Not too taxing. :)

Ted D said...

You're correct, John. But watching that much tv is really hard on your eyes. ;)

Rich in the garage said...

Tombstone was a better movie.

"You called down the thunder well you got it. You tell them the law is coming. You tell them Im coming and hell is coming with me."

Plus Doc Holiday was far far better in that movie.

Ted D said...

I actually liked Dennis Quaid's version better than Val Kilmer. Plus you had Michael Madsen and Tom Sizemore; but both versions were pretty good.

Tree Newt said...

Dude, you could have made SUCH better use of your time:

You could have watched "Tombstone" twice in the time it took you to make it through Costner's epic.

Ted D said...

Matt, your first sentence usually fits on most of my days off as well.