Sunday post from bed

So I admit it every once in a while, I like to lounge in bed — the entire day!

It’s almost 6pm and I can’t say I moved from bed too much with the exception of getting up for a cup Bustelo, black and sweet. I remember a boy I had once dated who shared his bed, his paper and his coffee with on a cold Spring Sunday with me till nearly 4pm, I thought I had met my soul mate, so what if he was a communist.

Anyway, it’s August in NYC and it’s in the 70s, I’m so loving the fall preview. Autumn is my absolute favorite season. Yesterday, while I had some down time I sat down with a bunch of catalogs that were starting to pile up and started planning my holiday shopping list.

I really need to start saving money though. Last night, I also went to the movies and saw The Last Legion. While it was a rotten tomato nominee, I thought it was great for my boyfriend’s thirteen year old son. The story focuses on Romulus Caesar, who turns out to be King Arthur’s father. I’ve always loved the King Arthur tale and we are a bit of history buffs so we had fun.

My boyfriend was awestruck by the beauty of Indian actress, Aishwarya Rai, and really who could blame him?

It turned out to be a double feature night and we also saw Rush Hour 3. I guess it might be up some people’s alley but I detest dumb comedy and grimaced inwardly at the stupid humor.

On to more pressing things, the Spanish community in NYC is banding together to send the Peruvians much needed aid: Check out ny1 for more information.

I hope a similar effort can be made to help save New York’s Lectorum Bookstore at Risk.

Weirdly, I’ve been having techie dreams, how geeky is that? Last night, I dreamt about Google. LOL!

My best friend, sfida is going to Paris, and now I totally want to go too, it didn’t help seeing Rush Hour 3, which is mostly set there as well. I think I might plan a trip later on this year maybe even for my birthday in December. We shall see!

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