Extraordinary Attorney Woo

Uhm, I binge watched Extraordinary Attorney Woo and loved every minute of it. Jeff prefers to watch shows dubbed in English. I detest dubbing, so I watch in original language (in this case Korean) with subtitles. I’m currently binge watching Outlander. I had watched the first two seasons a few years ago. I rewatched the first two seasons and am halfway through season 3. Jamie, Jamie, Jamie. And the subtitles are on point. I left my kilt in Asheville. Dammit.

As I mentioned ever so briefly in previous post, I’ve rediscovered my love for running, although my approach differs vastly. I’m not the least bit concerned with putting in miles, running fast, and/or racing. Yesterday’s run consisted of 1 mile forward run with a ladder. Run 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 foot strikes/foot + 5 pushups consisting of regular, wide-armed, tricep, left arm extended, and right arm extended (alternating starting arm each round). With no rest, run 1 mile backwards with same ladder (10, 20, 30, 40, 50 foot strikes) only this time with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 jumping air squats. It was much more difficult than it sounds, and my heart rate was in zone 3 most of the workout.That 5th jumping air squat was always a doozy. I often get strange looks from passersby, and I think I know the reason why.

I am enjoying my reprieve from working. You might be asking yourself how I occupy my time, and the answer is by doing things that I truly enjoy, including baking, cooking, laundry (I love folding and putting away clothes), housecleaning, and “honey do” projects from Jeff. I like a clean house, so cleaning the house brings me joy. I love baking and also like a clean work space, so cleaning as I go also brings me joy. Tonight I made homemade extra cheesy lasagna. Yes, making homemade pasta brings me great joy, and the process of using the pasta roller (not electric at the beach) is quite therapeutic.

And of course walking Luke and playing with the kitties also brings me great joy!

It’s been a hot minute, so a three fun facts about yours truly.

The first thing I notice about someone is their right- or left-handedness. I also notice what arm a person’s wears their watch on, particularly if, like me, they wear watch on right arm. See how easy it is to use their and they?

I abhor vocal disfluencies, especially “like.” I was like, she had like better not like do that and she was like I’m gonna like do that. I don’t care how smart you are, if your speech is filled with disfluencies you don’t sound at all smart. There, I said it. I also abhor “you know,” “and uhm” (often used between sentences), “you know what I’m saying” and many more.

Back to the “and uhm” between sentences. Drives me bonkers. All that I hear is one looooooooong sentence. We went to the store to get groceries and uhm I saw a pumpkin and that reminded me how much I hate pumpkin spice and uhm the first thing I saw was indeed pumpkin spice wafers and uhm I wanted to punch someone in the throat.

I am a recovering Catholic. I haven’t practiced Catholicism in years but still feel tremendous guilt about a variety or things and issues.

One thought on “Extraordinary Attorney Woo

  1. Steve, my mom, Zoie and I loved Extraordinary Attorney Woo, also.
    Such a wonderful story, one of my favorite parts were when she had a great idea. Loved it when the wind blew her hair and then a whale would come across the screen. Will have to wait till 2024 for the next season.

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