High Days Of Summer

Trying to maintain a routine is bad enough ordinarily, but if things are difficult (or something) it may be impossible when variations enter the picture.  There have been variations.  A big thing (in addition to the water being shut off Wednesday) was Older Friend coming by (unexpectedly) Saturday instead of yesterday.  He brought the groceries, looked over the scooter and thought he could come by on Wednesday to take it apart to see if he could fix it.  Even getting up needs the scooter. 

Young Friend’s expected tomorrow.  Lunch Lady came (as usual) Friday with eggs and today was food truck day.  The Avon buys are all mixed up and there’s little time to sort it out.  The matter needs to be all lined up again.  Given things like the emergency situations, that can’t be at the moment; items like the creams are very useful.  (Things are confused enough that once again it was almost the sick leave notice for the week’s blog postings.  Something’s different in the medical ways.) 

Light bulbs were burning out in this week, not just one.  The kitchen light can be changed by anyone tall.  Finding someone can take some time, but it’s not a big problem.  The bathroom light, however, needs maintenance.  A third one out just sits on a table.  Maintenance means being disturbed, and when July 4th (or any holiday, really) comes mid-week, it upsets a week for many, something not needed in the High Days of Summer.  A huge thank you surely to all that is holy for Helping Lady! 

Perhaps miracles do happen. Work 

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