Mom is coming along nicely after her hip replacement. Her spirit amazes me.
Good news on the “Austin” front, too. It’s holding at #3 on the New York Times Bestseller list! That’s darned good for the second week–or ANY week, in my book.
No matter what else happens, I’m getting a haircut today. I will probably lose 2 pounds just by doing that. I have a lot of hair, and I skipped last month’s appointment because I had that nasty flu bug. So this qualifies as a Federal Emergency.
I treated myself to something special to celebrate the many things there are to celebrate in my life: I bought season tickets to the Spokane Civic Theatre. I LOVE live theatre and, years ago, I actually appeared in two productions on this very same stage, “Funny Girl” and “Oliver”. I was in the chorus both times, and I had an absolute ball. I’m looking forward to enjoying play after play, right here in the city of my birth.
Will visit Mom today, of course, and I very much hope to write.
John Lennon was right. Life IS what happens when you’ve made other plans.
And that’s the news from my kitchen table.