Up early this morning, bringing some order to my desk, and keeping the rest of the house in its positive state. Then my grandson and a friend of his arrived to plant all the veggies, herbs and flowers I bought Saturday, plus cut back two spirea bushes.
I bought us all breakfast at Cafe DeSales, made a list of all that needed to be done, left-brained-wise, today, and left for the office. Where we worked on our June 10 Awards event, and prepared a powerpoint for our presentation to Cincinnati City Council at tomorrow night’s budget hearing.
Realizing we were all starving, we scattered for lunch at 3:30 p m. And I realized just in time that we were going to be fed at the 5 p m meeting we were attending to talk to a first ring suburb about what a CDC could do for them – so I had a handful of nacho chips with salsa from the office fridge.
We feasted on a wonderful potluck supper in farm in the city in Mt. Healthy, watching chickens and llamas in the yard. The neighborhood has already been successful, and is planning to build on that success by re-developing a couple of prime plots in the business district.
I came home thinking I was ready to relax, and realized I wanted to grab the clippers and trim the bushes sticking out into the sidewalk and street, and blocking the view of the street from the driveway.
After I fixed that problem – the air was wonderful, and I avoided the poison ivy – I’m now in my right-brained home office blogging the day (after taking a short break to feed the birds, and put some dog treats out for the starving fox I saw out the window. I hope s/he finds them. And I’ll send some Reiki energy, too.
Next up – reading a few chapters of the second book of The Name of the Wind trilogy. Then lights out, and dreams.