2017 Life Logs, Days 166: Day Off the Family History Project
Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017
Weather: Cooler–Temp in the 60’s F, Partly Sunny
Location: At Home in The Studio, Falmouth, MA

Today started with a semi-annual dentist appointment for a cleaning followed by running errands about town. Then I headed home to get lunch together for my friends Jane Woodin and Olivia White. We started by sitting on the deck, but it was just too cool here on the harbor. So, we moved inside for lunch. I served my daily lunch which I call ‘everything in the fridge’ salad. Today it was a ‘make your own’ salad followed by chia pudding with fruit. When Jane and Olivia left, I did sneak in just a bit of family history work, and then it was time to head to Woods Hole to pick up Ollie. Heather was out of town today, so Jed took care of the pick-up of Sam and Jonah in East Falmouth and I did the Woods Hole pick-up of Ollie. I got a text this morning telling me that Ollie wanted to go to the East Falmouth Elementary School playground after school to continue his fun on the climbing equipment started this morning. So that’s what we did.

I have spent my evening writing a very long email to family about our ‘gathering’ beginning next Friday. Tomorrow I will start my day by wrapping up the family history project and then I’ll host the Goldstones and Sam Weigel for an early dinner, followed by the Falmouth Commodores opening baseball game. Sam Weigel (I think you know by now that Sam is Windbird’s new owner and captain) is flying into Boston tomorrow and has a layover until Saturday evening. He’s renting a car and driving down for a visit. I’m excited to see Sam and catch up on all the work he and Dawn have been doing on Windbird since our return from the Bahamas.

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