May 4, 2018, Prescott-
I went back onto a Facebook site, where I had been inexplicably trolled, about a week ago. There are just too many good friends on that page, and the one troll is probably gone by now.
I went into work, a half-hour early, as is my practice, so as to set things in place for a successful day. We had carnival, this afternoon, and one of the students spotted the rides, whilst we were on our daily walk. That took us to carnival early. It was no use trying to talk that student out of heading onto the carnival grounds, especially once she saw the Tilt-a-Whirl. Three rides sufficed, though, especially when our weekly movie and popcorn were mentioned. The needs of our students are relatively simple.
I am headed down to Tempe, tomorrow, as the Baha’i meeting planned earlier, will take the entire day. The Prescott area is where I need to focus, most of the year, for the next three years. Of course, emergencies could always happen elsewhere, and plans change. Right now, though, I am fine with being here, eleven out of the twelve months.
My head and my heart are pretty much in sync, after all the fumbling and misinterpretations into which I have fallen, during my extended period of mourning. I’m grateful for the large number of friends who have surfaced, from every corner of the world. It’s said: Quality, not quantity. Well, I can testify that one does not negate the other.
I am letting necessity determine my locus and love light my path.
NEXT: Catching up with Antonio