And so our 62nd Sunday in The Field draws to a close and I need to clean up and hit the sheets. Tomorrow things return to normal at surprising speed. Micah is off to school early, and I shall be taking Lauralea in to see more Doctors and later on in the day we'll be picking Hillary up at the airport.
Work is as I said nervously, busy now. I thought it was busy before, but things have been laid aside until the rush of the Christmas season was past so now I need to catch up on a small mountain of post-it note reminders of things I need to take care of. End of year things and beginning of new year things, small groups to get a handle on, classes to consider giving, a trip to Denver to plan and get happening before the end of January, and on and on.
Tonight L and I went to a Jazz concert the likes of which was simply brilliant. I was going to qualify that by adding; for the city of Wetaskiwin. But the truth is these guys could hold their own in any city. We don't get these types of quality jazz musicians in these parts very often or at all, so it was a treat. Better yet, we know the parents of the leader, Karl Schwonik Proud parents John & Jan sat in the back, cheering them on. It was just a treat to listen to great musicians have at it a while.
We left a bit early because we had another engagement, but it was a good end to the day.
Now to tomorrow, and the start of the second half of the year.
What will this year hold.