... I had a ham and swiss souffle with coffee. My husband had two spinach and artichoke souffles with British breakfast tea. Also. I made sure to get two brownies for us to snack on tonight while we watched Grimm.
... I got back home, sat on my bed and began clicking away on my laptop and staring at the amazing decor that I stumbled across. Wow! Okay, I can't help it, I'm drooling... but I'm also getting sooooo inspired.
...I'm reading: Karin Fossum's, 'Bad Intentions.' This book is like M&M's. .. it's stuck to my fingers. Help! I love it and I can't put it down.
... my husband and I have been watching old episodes of Grimm that we missed on, On Demand, (I mentioned this earlier). It's rare that my husband and I enjoy the same tv shows, so it's pretty cool when we can snuggle up on the couch for the night without fighting over what to watch. Oh, c'mon, a woman can only take so much of the History and Military channels.
By the way, this is David Guintoli, the guy who plays Grimm.
And this is, Russell Hornsby, who plays Grimm's partner in the movie. Some of you may recognize him from Lincoln Heights.
Hey, if there are any Grimm fans out there, I want to hear from you.
... or this evening, rather. I put my Kool and the Gang CD in the CD player and turned up the volume. I used to have such a crush on J.T. Besides, I was in that 'oldies ' kind of mood. Not the moldy oldies, mind you, but more like... a little stale. My favorites are Ladies Night, Celebration, Get Down on It, Let's Go Dancing, (Ooh,La,La,La) and Too Hot.
Do you remember that dessert that I picked up this morning from Panera Bread? Well, I saved my brownie just for tonight, even though my husband couldn't hold out and ended up eating his hours ago. As usual, it was delicious... especially with a hot cup of tea.
Well, that was pretty much how my day went. Not spectacular but at least I had the day off and the weather was nice. Until next time.