It’s been a fine day for writing as sunshine brightens my study which, for most days has been sunless. It’s a boost to working on my Boone Township writing project.
Last night I made a huge pot of cabbage soup with two small containers of hot and sour soup, a can of roasted tomatoes, a can of Italian tomatoes that did not speak that first hint of Italian, a large onion, prepped ground beef, some diced garlic, and spices. After three bowls for my lunch, the pan is emptied. It was delicious and I hope to replicate it in a few days. My dining tastes are simple and repeating meals is fine by me.
Last night and today, I have accomplished much with editing the first four chapters of my Boone Township project. I’m ready to plunge back into the actual writing and research. However, I’m pleased with what is written.
I’m thinking a nap is needed before it’s time to shower and dress so that I can join Mama Kay and the family for dinner. Mama’s youngest son, Michael, and his daughter, Emily, are here for the weekend and we’re having dinner before they return to North Carolina.
Today, my third son, Jose, is 30 years old. He was only twelve when I adopted him eighteen years ago.
My lethargy comes and goes. With no rain and less dampness, the accompanying body aches have diminished for the day. The aches and discomfort is always with me; some days are worse than others, mostly contributed by the weather conditions.
The Quartet, Erma especially, has been loving and always close by. If Harrigan is not near me it’s because she has rearranged my bed’s pillows for her personal suite.
Make it a great day!