2018 Life Logs, Day 150—Thinking of Jane
Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Weather: Still Sunny and Warm; High 70, Low 51 F
Location: Home in the Cottage, East Falmouth, MA

My good friend Jane Woodin had a second heart ablation today as the one she had last fall didn’t fix the problem. Heather just called me and said she saw a post on Jane’s daughter’s Facebook page saying things didn’t go without complications. So, I’m sending all the positive energy I can muster to you, Jane. And I hope to hear more positive news tomorrow.

Today was another sunny day. It was ten degrees cooler than yesterday, but I couldn’t tell. It felt warm and wonderful. My back felt strong enough to allow me to go to the gym for my Wednesday morning class, but I found that I had to do a lot of modifications. After class, I ran a couple of errands and then headed home to change gears and do some cooking. One of my cooking projects was baking Toll House Squares for Sam to take to school tomorrow. The fifth grade is having a Science Fair and presenting their projects. The teacher sent out an email inviting all family members to visit the school tomorrow morning so the students will have an audience for their presentations. And in that email she mentioned that the kids had suggested that there be snacks for themselves and any visitors, so she invited anyone coming to bring some goodies. Sam loves Toll House Squares, so I made those for him to take. I have an 8:30 am chiropractor appointment and will head directly to the school after that. I look forward to seeing the students present their science projects.

The rest of my day was spent gardening, going to the chiropractor, and then attending East Falmouth Elementary School Band and Chorus Spring Concert. Jonah is in the chorus and it was a delight to hear the children sing.

2018 Life Logs, Day 151—Sam’s 5th Grade Science Fair
2018 Life Logs, Day 149—More Garden Work, No Chiropractor