I officially have two days left on my retirement internship. Weekends don’t count and then I go back to work at the college next Monday.
Rather than winding down the week slowly, it is going to get busy. That’s okay too. There will always be chores to do and I accomplished most of what I had planned for my time off. The rest will work their way into the whirlwind that is winding up for the finish.
I need to get my three-room camping tent out of storage. GN is participating in a twelve-hour walk-a-thon to raise money for cancer research tomorrow night. She designed the T-shirts for her team.
She is on the cadet team and asked if they could use set up the tent on the infield of the school track. It’s a big enough tent that the team members not walking at any given time can fit into the tent if they choose to. Besides, it will give the Master Sergeant and the Senior Master Sergeant a place to hang out while they chaperone the group.
The cadet team put in a request, via my granddaughter, for my sloppy joes ala their lock-in last Fall. “Grammy? You remember “J”? He was wondering . . . “
The tent gets delivered to school tomorrow morning and the sloppy joes and buns get delivered tomorrow evening by 6:00 p.m.
Saturday we are invited to a Baptism. Second Little Guy is turning one year old and it is his family’s custom to have the Baptism and first birthday party at the same time. We babysat his older brother, First Little Guy, last summer when Second Little Guy was being born. Photos below are from the invitation. It will be a fun gathering.
Before all the hustle and bustle . . . I am taking a Grammy field trip today. GN is busy at school until 4:00 and that gives me some extra time for Day 8!
Where am I going? Well . . . my plan in volves a co-op, a yarn shop, a lawn chair, and a river. But that is subject to changed based on the whims of an old grammy girl . . . because I can!