Hi, guys! This blog comes to you from a cafe near 84 & I-80 in Omaha, Nebraska. Forgive me if things are wonky. Although I brought my Chromebook, said cafe does not have wi-fi. They do, however, have delicious giant cinnamon rolls.
I trekked over to THINK Full Person Health Care, and received my second COVID vaccination early this morning. This was the song on the radio as I parked.
I find this hilarious! Seriously, some folks would get upset and paranoid. I’m choosing humor every time. THINK was very organized, I had the shot after paperwork, since I forgot to do it online this time. No big deal.
In a few minutes, it’s time to pack up and take Mom for a perm. I get a haircut, then go spend time working on a book cover for a certain children’s book you will be able to purchase in a couple months. It will be good to be in an uninterrupted atmosphere while trying to learn Publisher, and save the whole thing to a Google Doc for Cartney to add her special talents to. I’m so excited! Cartney, I’m feeling you might be, too.
Cartney graduates in May, so her time is precious. We may be moving deadlines back until after her big day. We meet sometime in April to touch base on things.
Yesterday, I stepped out with the dogs onto the deck.I heard the baby birds in a chorus chirping for food! It sounded like everyone was chirping their hearts out! OR
A scene from old Alfred Hitchcock movie, “The Birds.” Again, choose the positive over negative. Hungry babies over killer birds pecking your eyes out.
We’re waiting for our haircuts and Mom’s perm. I hope Panera has Wi-Fi, so I can work on my book cover and first page. If I stay in Publisher, it’ll work offline.
Aren’t we dependent on Wi-Fi? Wow. Sometimes I think maybe it’s not such a great thing after all. And then it is. I’ve learned far more than I ever thought possible. I don’t see that stopping anytime soon.
Have a beautiful day! Wind is horrible in Nebraska. Typical Nebraska in spring, though. Be safe. Be courteous. Be kind. Your day will be as good as you make it. Thank you for reading. Let’s plan on seeing each other tomorrow, too.