May 1, 2018, Prescott-
There are 3 1/2 weeks left in our academic year. I have two days off left- Tomorrow, for a Baha’i Holy Day- the Twelfth Day of Ridvan (more at that time) and a dental appointment, in two weeks’ time. Otherwise, weekdays will find us finishing what we started, for our four remaining students.
I won’t leave the state of Arizona until Memorial Day weekend and another “Where’s Waldo?”month. There is so much yet to do and to thoroughly enjoy, in the meantime, that I am hard put to make preliminary arrangements for June. You know, though, that I’ll get ‘er done, in plenty of time.
I’ll be back in Tempe, on Saturday, for a daylong Baha’i conference. Sunday will be spent reconnecting with a few long-lost friends, and honouring a very special young lady, on the cusp of her high school graduation. Mother’s Day weekend means Prescott Valley’s 40th anniversary. I may also head to Tucson, to see an ailing friend, if he’s up for a visit. The third weekend will be mostly Baha’i business, planning and prepping for the summer months.
One of my friends here has posted about making a Vision Board. I might try my hand at that, either next week or the following. It’d be good to do this in the presence of our peer tutors in the classroom, as it might inspire them to do the same.
May is sweet, hot (at least after this coming Saturday) and a time of culmination. I intend to truly savour the blessed days.