It’s moving in at 7:30 AM and I am already showered and dressed, and the dogs have been fed and pottied. At 7:50 AM, I will drive Mama Kay to her post-operation doctor’s appointment where she will hopefully be permitted to return to driving. She is eighty-one years young, moving in on eighty-two in nine days and you’d think she was in her thirties; she is one busy, productive lady, always acting in service for others and St. Albert The Great Catholic Church a few blocks away.
This last day of January 2023 finds us with some snow, but not much. It is a pretty thin layer.
I don’t know if we’re doing Taco Tuesday, but I begin teaching at 4:00 PM today and go until 11:30 PM. Wednesday is a free day to research and write, and I am looking forward to it. Thursday, I will attend to items around the house with some research and writing. In the evening I plan to head downtown to the Dayton Metro Library to listen to Dr. Gene Andrew Jarret, a social justice speaker.
To close today’s blog, I offer this poem to welcome February 2023.
Make it a great day!