Last week we talked about what we are doing at eight in the morning. What are you normally doing at eight in the evening Wickeds?
Julie: After years of working a full time job, my writing time is evenings and weekends. At 8pm, I’m frequently working on a novel. I try and stop by nine, and that’s when I knit. In non-pandemic times, once a week or so you’ll see me in a theater at 8pm.
Liz: By eight I’m either trying to do the word count I may not have gotten to at eight in the morning, or if that’s done (and sometimes even if it’s not) I may be watching a show or reading a book.
Edith/Maddie: Because I get up so early, I’m toast by eight. Dinner is over and I’ll be on the couch with a book, quite possibly with a little glass of bourbon at my side.
Jessie: Eight at night is totally variable for me. My work day is over, dinner is done and dusted and as my kids are no longer in the needing help with bedtime phase, my time is my own! I might be attending a Zoom lecture or tour. I might be visiting online with friends. If the weather is nice I love to spend some time in the screen house listening to records and reading. Sometimes I am in the living room knitting in my favorite chair whilst watching a class on SkillShare. Other times I am watching something with my husband on television. The only thing that is certain is that my dog Sam will be curled up nearby!
Barb: At eight in the evening we are finishing dinner and clearing away the dishes. Then, at least on most of these pandemic days, Bill and I are settling in to watch TV. In the last thirteen months I feel like we’ve watched everything that is on television. That said, we’ve seen a lot of terrific, amazing stuff.
Sherry: Often we are on the couch to watch some show that we both like or I’m getting ready to take Lily out for her last walk. Now that it is light so much longer, I like to go out for a little stroll sans Lily. A couple of nights ago I tried to get her to go for an evening walk, but she was not having it.
Readers: What are you usually doing at eight in the evening?