The Friday Five, 11/2/18: 5 things I've been up to this week

The year of The Sickness rolls on, and I'm seeing my doctor (my REAL doctor this time, not one of her associates) today. Hoping she can figure out what's wrong. I'm getting pretty tired of waking up either bathed in sweat, or having uncontrollable chills. :(

"Make your own" pizza at MOD Pizza, Troy

What I've been up to this week:

  1. Having a small social life, at least on the weekends. I've been plying myself with Tylenol (probably not a good long-term strategy ...) so that I can function day-to-day. Last Friday, I had a UYE (Unofficial Yelp Event) at Sedona Taphouse in Troy with a few Yelp friends, which was fun, and then on Saturday, a coworker friend was having a Halloween party which I attended. 
  2. Going out to eat and also cooking. My parents came to see me on Saturday and we went to MOD Pizza, which is always tasty. On Sunday, my boyfriend and I went to The Morrie, as I had a gift card, which is also always good. I had a Home Chef delivery last week and this week I had Dinnerly ... I've only cooked one of the meals so far and it was a little salty, a beef teriyaki lettuce wraps meal, but I have a red pepper panini meal and a chicken and pepperonicini relish meal to still cook. I will probably cook that chicken dish tonight. 
  3. Celebrating Halloween at work. On Wednesday, the art department at my work had a potluck that was open to anyone on the floor, so I attended that, which was fun. I always love dressing up for Halloween, especially because no trick-or-treaters ever show up at my door (I live in a condo, so I think that's why). I didn't buy any candy this year and I got 0 doorbell rings, as expected. I was glad Halloween was Wednesday because on Thursday I was super sweaty/feverish so I worked from home.
  4. Watching a LOT of TV. I started watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix, expecting to dislike it (I really liked the old Sabrina, from the '90s, which was a comedy, and this one is a lot darker), but I actually really like it. I'm three episodes in, currently. 
  5. Starting and finishing a book. I just finished Girls' Night Out, by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke, and it was a twisty mystery that kept me guessing until the end. Check back in a few days on my book blog for a short review of it. 

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