A famous song by the group Chicago is Saturday in the Park about how wonderful it is to be in the park. Well I am not in the park. Not on this Saturday. We had storms roar through here bringing temperatures today more fitting for March. What is a boy to do on a dreary cold day?
Hang out in the coffee shop of course. 🙂
Who am I kidding? I would probably come here even if it was a nice day outside. 🙂
It has been productive nevertheless. I have written a blog post for tomorrow, checked in on the NFL draft, paid some bills, and started a new book The Soul of Shame by Curt Thompson. I have only read the first few chapters which are more introductory, but it seems like a good book.
Did I mention that I did not wake up until 11:30 this morning? Looks like a no nap day. But the sleep was so needed.
Coffee, a book, blogging, and nachos, too bad I don’t know music so I could write Saturday in the Coffee Shop.
What are you up this Saturday?
Thank you for reading. God Bless.
18 thoughts on “Saturday In The…………”
Love your expression on your face Matt
Thank you 🙂
I have the ability to write “Saturday in the Coffee Shop” for you Matt. I know it’s your favorite hang-out, when you’re not school or church. A few more details is all I need to write your song.
Sounds fun. I will compile some lyrics 🙂
Sounds like a great day! On Saturday we got our garden planted, and now we have rain. Off to a good start. 🙂
What are you growing in your garden?
We’re growing tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, summer squash, zucchini, and okra. We planted right before days of rain came, which was good. Now we’re waiting on it to dry out so we can put up some trellises. 😊
You seem to have a wonderful time. Have a blessed 🙌 week.
Thank you little sister 🙂
You are welcome
“Saturday in the coffee shop” ❤️ I bet you could write it, given your creative blogging side!!
We had family visiting from Omaha this past weekend so we spent Saturday with them! They should’ve picked you up on the way!😉
THat would have been fun!!!
Greetings Matt! When I can’t find you, I just need to check the coffee shop. My wife and I traveled about 30 minutes west of the city to watch our grandson play in a club soccer match. We had to endure some cool temps and rain, but the trip was worth it.
When I was younger, I loved playing football in the rain. Does you grandson like it?
While my older grandsons haven’t played much football, one has played a few soccer matches in the soaking rain.
Did he like playing in the rain?
Generally, he doesn’t complain too much. It’s just part of playing the game.