The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

A lazy Sunday

[The following entries are being written a month after the fact. I have no excuse, other than laziness and a severe case of procrastination; story of my life. So, without further ado … ]

It was a lazy-hazy Sunday today. We had lunch with Kay, Dale, Joshua and Ethan at a local diner, where good food and good conversation followed. Kay mentioned that we should head out to the Yates Cider Mill, but that they wouldn't be able to join us.

I wanted nothing more than a nap. Bunny was intent on going to the cider mill. We compromised—I'd take a nap at the hotel, and Bunny would go to the cider mill.

I'm not sure who go the better deal in the end. I got a nice four hour nap. Bunny got the best apple cider, ever, but had to fight traffic, an hour long wait for the bathroom, and thousands of people, all fighting for the best apple cider, ever.

It's probably a wash.

For dinner, we met with Jan and Ed for dinner. Again, good food, good conversation, but it ended all too soon.

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