WELCOME TO SEPTEMBER.
Twitter said it best this morning.
Another month means it’s time to take a look at the last one, and there’s also an announcement at the end of today’s post so I guess I’ll get it started.
THIS IS MY look-forward list.
I just made this up after an idea popped in my head, and it sounded pretty good.
The list is just a few of the things I’m looking forward to right now.
TODAY I PUT a bow on another work week, for which I earned another check.
Tonight I thought about what a blessing it is to be able to type such a sentence in such crazy times.
THE PRESENT PRESENTS some unique challenges.
I know the above sentence is an understatement, with coronavirus uncertainty and all of the other uncertain things in the world these days.
Today was the kind of news day which makes me breathe a sigh of relief I didn’t have to cover it, just because newsrooms were probably even busier than normal.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL MIGHT be cancelled, which seems par for the course in a totally crazy year.
I guess we’ll see, but, as I read the other day, I continue to root for a vaccine.
I think I’ll wait for the official announcements before I comment any more, but today’s news is disappointing.
I realize there are bigger fish to fry. I realize there are a lot more important, and a lot more serious, things going on in the world than whether football is played, but the prospect of a canceled season is disappointing nonetheless.
This post is a response to Sue’s prompt, which is, “totally.”
THERE ARE PEOPLE in both sides of my family line for whom hard work was and is one of the cornerstones of life.
SO-CALLED SMART TVs have changed what I watch.
A HOME RUN of the walk-off variety happened tonight, and it brought back memories.
ADVERBS DO NOT appeal to me, but Sue said to use one so I’ll use it quickly.
July did not seem quick, but I guess now’s as good a time as any to look back at it.
I’D WAITED MORE than 72 hours, and finally I couldn’t wait anymore.
I called yesterday, but voicemail answered.
It was full so I hung up and called again.
They answered and gave me the important information I’d waited for since last Sunday.
My second nasal swab test for COVID-19 was negative.
I’m 2-for-2, and I hope there are no more tests.
This post is a response to Sue’s prompt, which is, “information.”