June 7, 2017, Prescott-
Questions of longevity are always in the background, as I think about what one might do, over the next three to five years. I just finished reading a book, Apocalypse, by Dr, Jim Richards, a Christian writer and broadcaster, and will have more to say about said book, a post or two from now. The thing I wish to mention, here, is Dr. Richards’ trust in God is a true thing of beauty, and I have to say, I share just about all of it. That gives me something on which to work.
Several things happened today, all of them good. I pretty much am down to two large and two small sections of brush, to be cleared, after a mild, cool morning served as my incentive to get more done than I had planned. I got more supportive e-mails from the District, including one I had never expected, from my recent supervisor. Goes to show, I need to work on my reading of people’s cues. Anyway, the job situation looks set for the coming year.
Housing is something about which I am still pondering. I am also getting advice, mostly unsolicited, about my supplemental finances. The final decisions about both will be made towards the end of this month.
Having spoken at length with Aram, last night, I reiterate as to how proud I am of what he has achieved, and how he is facing continuing challenges. He has another person to support him in his efforts now, and that, as many of us know, will make all the difference.
The car will get serviced on Friday, I will continue downsizing and yard work, the rest of this week- and the latter part of next, and in between, run an errand of mercy in southern California, as well as visiting a friend, or three, there.
Rough patches tend not to last long, if one pushes forward with, as Muhammad Ali said, “eyes on the prize”.