How we spent the day

In the morning, we went ot the Dunham Western Heritage Museum (formerly Omaha’s Union Station) for some performance art derived from the book, Beads on One String. While there, I was struck by the differences between Internationalism and Globalism as approaches to world peace.

Later, we went shopping, and then made some Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Sandwiches for lunch.

There followed a marathon viewing of 30 Rock, where 15 episodes in a row took us through the end of Season 1 and beyond. It’s perhaps the greatest show I had never seen an episode of before. Really very funny, and I need to thank John McCain for the pleasure (as without him picking Sarah Palin, I would not have been so impressed with Tina Fey’s impersonation, and thus not drawn to Tina’s own show).

Then the cooking and consuming of Cherry Bars, along with red wine. Some South Park, some football, and soon some SNL (fittingly featuring the real Sarah Palin), and that’s today.