Mark Narmore and I sat, both masked, in my backyard under a shade tree this morning and talked like old friends do. We have Zoomed, but this was our first true visit since March. In fact, this was my first visit with anyone other than family since then. We agreed you know you have a true friend when they will mask for you.
Later Will McFarlane came by, and we visited under my shade tree. There are many people I would like to see, but a few I need to see. Mark and Will are two I need to see.
I am working on this one. Help me out by giving me your thoughts in a reply. For what do you think I will be remembered? Leslie Paul interviewed me this morning for his radio talk show, Leslie Paul’s Hour. I rambled and was unfiltered. Hopefully this will be more thought out and succinct.
I started this blog thirty-eight days before I retired but have posted only once. I am not going to catch you up on the last nine years other than none was as challenging as this one. Cocid19. I do not want to go there today. I am on break from all social media because posts and photos increased my stress level. However, I miss sharing photos, thoughts, and links, so here we are.
I am thirty-nine days away from retirement. Close enough to wonder what I’ll do when the counting is over. Hopefully some exploring and some resting. I am hoping for a lot of hills and not so many mountains.
I am ready for any hills on the other side of this hill. My new motto – No Hill Too High for a Stepper.