Whirlwind Missions

Thursday, May 5, 2022

Grandgirls! K! Evergreen! 5.5.22

Tim A. Cummins @ 8:21 pm  

I was up at 5:30am studying.


Never too much girl time.

Talked to Everly about voting. We went to early voting this morning. There was hardly anyone there, so it wasn’t too scary for her. She doesn’t like big crowds at unknown places. Who does?

I told her which buttons to push and she pushed them. In a bunch of races I had no idea who was best. I let her pick those. She had fun.


Ordered groceries.

Adelante! That number at the top right represents how many units I’ve passed. Each unit has six separate lessons. My score represents over 6,000 individual lessons. And the course just keeps growing! Spanish is the second most studied language in the world after, you guessed it, English.

This England hat is my favorite these days. It was looking a little dirty. Gave it a scrub with warm water, dishwater soap and a soft washrag. Turned out great.

Mas y mas.

Everly helped me spray all the pollen off the deck. It was a lot!

Went over to Evergreen for a swim. It’s so lovely there. I go when the place is pretty much deserted: never during the Summer, holidays or weekends. It’s good exercise for her. The hot tub helped my back.

We went to Burger King for lunch. I had the Impossible Burger. It really does taste like meat. I’ve been a vegetarian now for nearly four years. We also thought all the hundreds of drink varieties were fun.

K and I brought Everly back to Azalea. I took a nap with E for nearly two hours. I didn’t sleep enough last night. Penelope was complaining of a sore throat. E and I went to get her some food and treats. Seemed to help her feel better.

Went by my office to check the mail.

K and I went to eat at Piccadilly.

Gassed up my car and checked fluids.

Picked up groceries. I still don’t understand why everyone doesn’t do this. It’s WAY easier than going in. And only takes me an average of ten minutes there at the max. I couldn’t have even gotten the cart and gone in the store in that time. With $35 of purchases the service is FREE.