What WAS I thinking?!

Recent snippets from the Random Thoughts file kept on my Raspberry Pi, updated during the earlier parts of my days, and uploaded to a public folder on Google Drive.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I6fRn7TFQxryvZIyh9CUtjdPJ-VpBPgh71CmUEVv5-s/edit?usp=sharing

24 Feb. 2013 – Sunday

~15:15
1.) The day has been so busy, this is my first chance to make an entry. Good busy. I’ve been working with the GK over at the Cathedral from 10:00 until just now selling seats for the two big Fiesta parades. Just got home. Busy, busy. And the week ahead will be busy, too. Meetings, bank business, some legal stuff, a symphony concert, a special Mass, a K of C ceremony, and a reception, and whatever else might crop up: and all this in addition to my regular stuff this week.

23 Feb. 2013 – Saturday

~09:15
1.) Last night’s sleep was late and short, and the morning finds me healthier than expected, yesterday being Nation Margarita day.
2.) Great to have a new Stratosphere Lounge on YouTube to take me through the mid-morning.

22 Feb. 2013 – Friday

~09:45
1.) The left hip is telling me this is a day I should keep the cane close by. When my body tells me things, I’ve learned it’s good to pay attention.

~09:00
1.) The Sandman brought me a detailed dream last night to go along with the restful, 7.5-hour sleep.
2.) And again I’m struck by how long it takes me to get going in the morning, most mornings. And I’m amused at how I can find ways to be productive before the fog of sleep fully lifts.

21 Feb. 2013 – Thursday

~10:00
1.) Last night brought a good, 8.5-hour sleep from 22:00 to 06:30 that included a richly detailed dream.
2.) It’s nice to see sunny skies out my windows as I work through the morning’s chores.

2 thoughts on “What WAS I thinking?!

  1. Sounds like a great busy schedule!! It’s my left knee that knocks me down sometimes. *sigh*

  2. Yep, busy times. But, good busy. You know, it’s a darned good thing I’m retired. I surely don’t have room for a “job” in my schedule! 🙂

    Oh yeah, that left knee. I’m actually thinking about changing my seats for next season’s symphony concerts. The image of my leg giving out while navigating the stairs up to my seat in the balcony has me thinking that a seat down on the main floor might be better.

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