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We had a very hot weekend. The kind of days where it feels like you can hardly breathe. Storms came through late Sunday to start the cooling process, yay!
Adjusting to the open style schedule of my retirement has already been interesting. It’s only been a brief time, but not having a set schedule feels odd. I’d always heard of how people lost track of what day it was. Silly, I thought, but I did it in my first week.
There are times in our lives when something happens and just like that our path takes a turn. If you’ve never had such an experience I dare say you will and I hope it’s a good one. Not all are.
May 3, 2022 was officially my first real day of retirement. It was day one of a new phase of life. The first question that everyone asks is what are you going to do.
Sometimes I just want to say out loud, who decided that? I have a perfect example coming this week. Who decided that Mother’s Day was the day colleges should have their graduation ceremonies?
One of the things I love about spring is how lacey the trees and shrubs look. Leaves are slowly emerging. The woods and yards start to fill in, and then one day, as if by magic the world is in full bloom.