By 10:30 AM Friday morning I was seated at a table at Ghostlight coffee, working on several projects.
Six hours later I was boarding the first bus on my return to Kettering.
I spent 30 minutes chatting with Griffith and then mowed the front and back yards with my new push mower, compliments of Don and Paula Bennett.
After tidying up areas of the yard I prepped some soup to enjoy on the deck with the cool breezes blowing through and the five hanging chimes doing their thing in the wind. There is additional activity in the neighborhood as it is Fairmont’s homecoming.
I got a new Bluetooth keyboard for my Source Pro 3 and it is giving me fits. Sometimes it works nicely, then the cursor begins moving all over the place, and the size of my work begins adjusting itself each time I move the cursor. Argh…. I am not pleased.
Saturday is a busy day: a cross country meet, a matinee for an understudy performance where my students will be the leads, and then off to The Human Race Theatre to see a new musical, LEGENDALE, which has been receiving rave reviews.