2020 Life Logs, Day 179: Just Sunday
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2020
Weather: Mostly Sunny; High 79, Low 67 Degrees F
Location: At Home in The Cottage, East Falmouth, MA

It was just a Sunday, but in these days of coronavirus life, you never know what the day might bring. It seems like one day just rolls into another and making plans no longer works. So, you just go with the flow. In addition to walking with Shadow, I worked in the yard this morning, talked with Helaine Kanegsberg on the phone and learned of the totally unexpected death of a daughter-in-law, took an orchid next door to Shirley for her 95th birthday and sat and visited with her on her deck, came home and had a late lunch, and then got a call from Jonah wondering if I could come take the Goldpebbles to the Skate Park for an hour or so of scooter practice. Heather and Jed were both deep into house projects today and I was glad to come take the boys to the Skate Park. When I got home, I got a message from fellow Newcomer, Art Gilbert, who gives free computer advice to members. I contacted him earlier in the week as I have not been able to access my email on my computer. We spent two full hours on the phone and finally we were able to give him remote access to my computer so he could track down the problem. Then it was time for a late dinner and my Sunday night Masterpiece Theater programs. It was a lovely, sunny day and I enjoyed every aspect of it. I was so saddened to learn of the death of Alan and Helaine’s daughter-in-law. It brought to mind the quote that is attached to a friend Lynda Kaufman’s email signature: “Live like every day is your last.”

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