The Weekend is Over
Another weekend came and gone. I hadn’t done much except working around the house and spending time with Cu Dao and Dana. Thanks to Popeyes’ chicken and Corona on Saturday, I mowed the lawn so my house doesn’t look like a forest next to my neighbor. She has people cut her grass twice a week. I do mine once every two weeks.
Thanks to Popeyes’ chicken and Corona again today, I cleaned and organized my house. Being a freak of a minimalist, organizing the house is a bit of a challenge for me. I always have a hard time figuring out where I should store things. It’s a choice between throwing things out or put them somewhere and I would never find them again. Sometimes I just stood there stare at a particular thing for like fifteen minutes and still didn’t know what to do. At times I just wondered around the house like an idiot and not knowing what the heck I should do. That was when I needed Corona. It really helped clear my mind.
Spending time with Cu Dao was the most joyful part of the weekend. I enjoyed dancing with him to Hoang Thuy Linh’s album. That album is now stuck with us. No matter what mood he was in. He would move his body as soon as he heard the beat. We hung out at the bookstore while Dana went grocery shopping. I picked up some graphic design books to flip through while Cu Dao played around in the children section.
That’s pretty much how I spent my weekend. The other day, someone asked me what do I usually do for fun. Beside spending time with Cu Dao and Dana, I couldn’t think of anything else. I guess it doesn’t take much for a boring guy to have fun.