The summer weather had me in boost-mode and I got energized to exert all I could in hikes and runs. Julie and I went to Weir Historical home in Wilton to discuss possible National Writing Project collaborations and to hike their grounds. It was beautiful and close by - bringing back all my environmental days at the Louisville Nature Center. We arranged to bring this summer's cohort there during the first week.
I also attended a graduation party for Yolehema, who finished her Masters in Social Work at Fordham. She definitely gave herself a royal party and everyone was ready to dance and celebrate.
And the sun is out indeed. I think I got a little burned from being outdoors so much, and now I know I need to get my legs. The psoriasis are really bad. I look like I have chicken pox.
Ah, but it's a 3 day weekend so I get another day, and then another day. I've said it over and over again - We should work 5 days, get 3 days off, work 5 days, get 3 days off. That extra day makes all the difference in the world.