Friday was a very good day:
However, the best news of the day had nothing to do with stitching. Mom got a clean bill of health ... not a bad thing when the office being visited is entitled Hematology/Oncology. The hematologist she sees is a very upbeat guy who told her that some of her test results were better than his own and that he couldn't believe she was 84 and looked more like 64. He's right, she does! Especially when compared with all the other elderly folk I saw in that waiting room, my Mom looks like a spring chicken.
Saturday was a lazy day:
A take out breakfast of waffles, bacon and eggs set the tone for a lazy day watching Season 7 of Bones.
Sunday was even lazier:
After lectoring the 9:30 Mass which was also the annual commissioning Mass for all lay ministries, I helped a car-less friend out briefly and then did nothing at all that was in the least memorable.
Monday was a typical Monday:
Things are getting hectic at work again: parents meetings, annual reports, safer spaces reports, crisis management reports with the Family Catechesis Events [as yet unwritten] just on he horizon in early November. October can be mildly crazy. I guess the lazy weekend was a good thing considering what this week brings.