While I was finishing up, it started to drizzle. Didn't rain for real until later.
At about 2 I popped a DVD into the player, a Hindi movie from 1975 called Sholay. I had seen it in Bangkok that year, and remembered it as very well done technically, well-written, and way too long. The Netflix DVD is 3 hours and 8 minutes long, but somewhere the 3 hour and 24 minute director's cut is out there. I'd forgotten it is a musical. I'd also forgotten how violent it is, and maybe 3/4 of the story line. And how chubby the dancing girls are. It was well worth watching again.
The first batch only made 2 1/2 dozen, so at intermission I whipped up a second batch. I'd used the last of a box of white cane sugar on the first batch, and what I thought was a second box was actually confectioner's sugar. After a moment's delay I figured sugar is sugar, and used it. It worked just fine. The chocolate chunks were made by me cutting up some pieces of dark chocolate which I'd bought for taste testing and decided they were not "eating chocolate" and had set aside for baking. I'd tried on the first batch throwing them into the food processor with the walnuts, but they stuck on the blades.
Anyhow, the next batch was done before the movie was over.
After the movie I found the lone NFL game on TV, right at halftime. Put the baking stuff into the dishwasher and Swiffered the kitchen floor. Some day soon I really need to get out the PineSol and a real mop and do the kitchen floor the right way.
Good game, both teams did their level best to give it away all second half. Finally Dallas succeeded in gift wrapping it for Arizona in the last 10 seconds.
Didn't leave the apartment all day, except to walk 10 feet across the courtyard to put the Netflix envelope in the mailbox.
Now I think I'll have a snack, read some Kindle and get some sleep.
Plans for tomorrow:
Maybe a movie with Janice. Maybe just watch football all day.