Hudson’s friend Bowie got tickets to Star Wars on opening night for himself and friends. A few days before the movie, someone dropped out so I could go with!
The showing was for 9:30pm (which was way past Hudson’s bedtime) so he got to stay up very late. Hudson and I Uber’d to Blue C Sushi downtown for dinner with Bowie and his family before the movie at Regal Meridian across the street.
Gay and I had dinner at Mamnoon and then walked to The Paramount to see The National’s show on their Sleep Well Beast tour. This is the third time we’ve seen The National, I think Belle & Sebastian and maybe Modest Mouse are the only bands I’ve seen live that many times.
One year ago today I got my Peloton bike. 231 rides in the year, or 4 days/week on average. My personal record for 45-minute rides is 1,009 kilojoules, but I mostly get around 920. It’ll be interesting to see if I can do better this next year.
I thought I’d ride mostly scenic rides, which I do like, but I prefer the spin classes despite being told what to do all the time. 😏
It’s been a lot of fun, plus I rode with George Hincapie and Christian Vandevelde as instructors several times.
The Carders (Justin, Kristin, Bowie and Iris) and Kristin’s mom came over for Thanksgiving dinner. They brought pheasant, sweet potatoes, yams, cranberry sauce, rolls, pumpkin pie and Mezcal 😬. Gay made the turkey, stuffing, gravy and pecan pie. I made nothing. 😲
Vikings won, Cowboys lost, Redskins won. Good football outcomes!
Bowie spent the night with us and Eva went to their house for a sleepover with Iris.
My iPhone X arrived tonight. In classic Apple fashion, it copied all my info from my current iPhone, switched the cellular phone service over and I was up and running in a few minutes with more or less the same experience.
It’s been 2 years since getting a new iPhone as I’ve been on an every-other-year schedule on iPhone upgrades. I was skeptical about the X but it’s a very nice phone. It even charges wirelessly in our new Mini!
We were heading off to school last Thursday, Hudson went out the front door to get his bike off the porch, where he should not leave it, and I went downstairs to get my bike. He came downstairs and said his bike isn’t on the porch. Sure enough, it wasn’t. Must’ve been stolen.
Today, we took the drone to Miller Field and met Justin there with his drone. He said he had just seen a bike that looked just like Hudson’s while he was walking there. Sure enough, it was his bike!
It was found just a couple blocks away from the house on a street we’d never had gone down if we hadn’t decided to go fly the drone that day. Amazing luck.
Poor Justin, Hudson was not offering a reward. I hope Hudson has learned to appreciate his stuff more and takes better care of it.