This mystery we knew would be solved: what would happen this weekend? Yes, on Friday we enjoyed a nice meal at the Wild Ginger China Bistro. Their Pad Thai is very good, though much sweeter than it is spicy, and the serving was generous enough to make up a big luncheon leftover … one sure to be consumed tomorrow. The weekend was gray and rainy as predicted so that meant a much-needed slowdown. Saturday morning we did our normal provisioning. In the early afternoon we –finally– went to see the film Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. As the stories progress and the "kids" grow up, the films have become darker. I thought I might not enjoy this one but, instead, found it to be quite well done and enjoyable though vaguely reminiscent of Star Wars. Hmmmmm…… I did not stay up late Saturday night (for once) and actually slept in this morning which was very much needed rest. We knocked about the house for the morning, went out to Taco Bell for lunch, and then on to the shopping areas of North Olmsted as a diversion, more than anything. She loves to visit Half-Price Books (and I don't mind that one bit) where she found another couple of cookbooks and I discovered Einstein's Cosmos by physicist Michio Kaku at less than half the original hardcover price. I didn't even know the book existed. It's one in the Great Discoveries series from Atlas Books, the same series that published Johnson's book on Miss Leavitt. This one looks like it will be a good little read but my pile of unread materials is growing steadily and I've not been reading much lately. Got to get at it. So, the gray weekend has been completed: mystery solved!