Plans are made to be changed

(Last night’s sunset)

We’ve been having some beautiful weather this week. The sunsets have been amazing. One of these days I’ll get up early enough to check out the sunrise. I think M and I are still making up for the sleep deficit we accumulated while living in Sabbaticalville.

Looks like some of our original plans may be back in action. M the Younger has found a ride to and from classes so that rids us of the need to rent a vehicle for the trip.

As of this moment (it could change in the next moment), we’re leaving tomorrow to go to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. We’ll spend the night there and then hopefully go to New Jersey to stay with my brother and his family. Then it’s off to the beach with them on Sunday (weather permitting).

Monday we’ll be where we need to be to help out family members. Everything from that point on depends on how the surgery goes and how much we’re needed.

If I have time and we have access to free wireless, I’ll post when I can. Otherwise, see you all around the 22nd.

Shortly after that, I’ll be making some major changes in my lifestyle.  It’s time to get healthy and stay healthy.

Have a great week!


3 Comments on “Plans are made to be changed”

  1. Alto2 says:

    Safe trip and prayers for all the patients.

  2. SANDE says:

    R., J. had given me your blogsite but finally have time to follow your former life in the bog. If time, please e-mail. You are a good narrator.

  3. English Nutter says:

    Hi. Been thinking about you and your trip, and then saw your notes. The site has been down, life has been hectic and l have been knackered. So far, no email. 😦 Sorry. Really.


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