This is the perpetual state of my life, I suppose. Catching up.
Meanwhile, So much time has gone by and I have far too much to blather about; my trip to Boston, my grandson starting school, etc. So, I will stick with what I know and discuss, well, all of it.
Boston was amazing. More than amazing. Not because it was Boston, although that was pretty cool (I’ve always wanted to go there) but I got to spend time with my oldest son, the Dog Walker. I met up with a dear friend from school (that’s elementary through high school, thank you!). I ate lobster. And raw clams. And real cannolli and pizza. Almost Eagle got his first look at an ocean. Then, I got to leave my son, Almost Eagle Scout, with his brother for 6 weeks when I left. Wowzers!
The visit was good for all of us, I think. Almost Eagle Scout is determined to 1-attend Harvard in 2021 and 2-relocate to Boston permanently. Okay. I, however, have no desire to return to living on the East Coast, but a nice spot to visit will be nice.
Yes, it was fun.
Community Bible Study: this is my 4th year as Children and Youth Director…wow! I feel like it was only yesterday that God nudged me to step into this role. We start Wednesday. We’re ready!
Writing; I’ve been sporadically working on Lakeville, book 5. Funny thing, when I was in Boston, I spotted TWO different signs that said “Lakeville” on them. Hmmm. Hint, much? So, since CBS is starting up and school is back in, AND I have finally accessed my original manuscript…look out! Thanksgiving release is my goal.
Health: I’ll save that for another post, except right now to say that September is AIP month for me (autoimmune protocol) and eeek, I think I am going to need to vent quite a bit. I have a new pin board here to show you all the new info that I am overloading on.
I’m deciding on a bike (and in 2 wheels, no motor) or hiking or both as a new outdoor activity. I’ll keep you posted.
Time to head home (I’m at the library using free internet, yipee!) Time to start working on…stuff 😉