Retirement life can be pretty ordinary at times. On the whole, this is a good thing.
It’s nice spring weather, and Spouser is pouring concrete sections for our fence.
Tax time came and went.
There were a couple of birthdays, including mine, but the celebrations were deferred until everyone feels well again.
We put the last touches on new décor for the project room, which used to be our gym.
Reading some computer-diagnostic logs pointed to an overloaded video card. We adjusted screen resolution and the computer crashes less now. Yes, the new router is still on The List of things to do.
We vanquished the backlog of catalog orders in waiting; now packages arrive almost daily, most of the clothes fit, and the other stuff has worked out pretty well.
Our friend Z. visited yesterday in honor of his third birthday.
Our granddaughter-to-be saw her adoption paperwork pass a big milestone. It looks like the kids will go to China to get her in July!
We watched some dramatic hearings as aggressive Congress members went after the GSA officials who partied in Las Vegas on the taxpayers’ dime!
Some good-looking pastel painting webinars are coming up.
What brings pressure into this ordinary life? The first priority is getting this blog fully stable in its new domain. WordPress’ Guided Transfer includes only two weeks of paid support right after they move the files, and there are quite a few things that we don’t understand yet. Everything else on The List can wait.
There’s also a big temptation in the house: a friend lent us her copy of The Hunger Games and we started reading it. Big mistake to give in to the temptation…