Where I’ll Be

Tomorrow I shall depart for San Francisco at 7:00 a.m. I’m drafted to assist with painting for Project Youth & Families Connect at an elementary school. Afterward, Husband and Newly Relocated Friends will pick me up, and we will go to the Exploratorium. One of the Newly Relocated Friends is having a birthday tomorrow, and this is what he’d like to do. (Me too!) Later we will change into slightly dressier clothes and go out for a fancy meal of tapas. Then they will go dancing into the wee hours, while Husband and I head home, where I will promptly pass out from exhaustion (the good kind, I’m sure).

Today I managed to knit a few minutes and to finish a historical novel by Anita Diamant, The Last Days of Dogtown, about a place that really existed in Massachusetts near Cape Ann (a pretty good read). I couldn’t get into The Onion Girl yet, so that’s on the shelf until I’m in the mood. The next novel I’ll dive into is Freddy and Fredericka, about which I know nothing. One of my co-workers handed it to me, and we have similar tastes. It’s described as “rollicking,” “a delightful romp,” “funny, antic, and purely escapist.” I could use a little of that.

Sunday I’ll try to attend the service at the Palo Alto UU church. (Famous last words. I’ve been saying this for months.) We’ll see.

Now I must lay me down to sleep.

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