My life out in the walking around world, away from the Internet, has become incredibly busy over the past few weeks and shows no sign of slowing down for the foreseeable future. Looks like I’m going to have to ratchet back my online life, especially my blogging. So… changes are coming.
Thursday midday and things are moving slowly here in the Roscoe-verse. This was the 1st of 4 consecutive mornings when I was able to wake naturally, without an alarm. So it was several hours later than normal when I got started with the day’s chores. All the morning metrics I check daily (physical and financial health) were very good today. It remains to be seen how my overall productivity will be affected by this, but I have a stronger sense of calm and peace than I’ve had for… heck, a long time. And I do like that. 👍
First Sunday of Advent, late afternoon: Felt a little awkward at Mass this morning without Sylvia sitting next to me. She was under the weather this morning and opted to stay home. Enjoying the day’s NFL games. Thinking about starting a Bible reading project. Have activated my new health insurance card this afternoon, and reset my Facebook password to unlock my account. And I relocated the trash bins hoping to reduce the darned house flies we’ve been battling lately. Hoping for a quiet evening.
After tonight’s meeting…
Wednesday mid-afternoon: Today holds the week’s two main chores, getting my haircut and attending the November KofC Chapter meeting. The haircut was taken care of earlier this afternoon, and my ride to the Chapter mtg. will pick me up at 17:45. Sylvia was disappointed my beard wasn’t clipped real short. I on the other hand, was VERY pleased that the barber trimmed the sides as I wanted and left the front growing long. The rest of my week, after tonight’s meeting, should be easy. That’s my hope.
Midday Monday and all looks good from here. Much of this morning was swallowed up by budget work, by updating my paper planner and note cards, etc. It also included a 1 mile walk which felt great: I need to do that more often. Wednesday evening may find me attending a KofC Chapter meeting, and that’s the only major event I see on my schedule for the week ahead.