Didn't get any physical work done on anything today.
That's beginning to be a habit.
Crys is out in LaJunta taking care of Nana. That's a good thing. Yesterday was a Denver trip day for me . I left at 6:30 AM and got back at 11 PM. I got a little done. Dropped off a friend from work to pick up a car in Denver, then got to my meeting, and the lunch before hand. I like lunch. I'm sitting there with people I respect that share the same fight I make every day. Generally we're the taken for granted bunch that do it day in and day out for free for our fellow employees. I really needed it this month, I'm dealing with an employee that I have trouble understanding. I'm pretty sure it's a generational thing, and I'm really tryin my best but it's leaving me pretty exhausted with the process. Perhaps exhausted enough to finally take a step back and let someone else do the work. If I'm not going to be effective it's time to step aside.
But the main, good, point is that I get to hang out with my fellow organized labor warriors. I'm proud and honored to know each and every one. And they like and respect me. It feels pretty good.
Then leaving town I tried to stop by the distillery that I took a gift distilling class from. The gift was from Crys, the class was at Downslope Distilling in SE Denver/Centennial. They were closed, so I picked up fiber from Kitty Mine Crafts in Highlands Ranch and dropped off some stuff as well (for Crys). Then it was on to Costco where I got loads of stuff for high energy, low calorie snacks.
That's cause we're on a health kick. We're walking 10,000 steps a day and we've curtailed our diet and drinking. It's feeling good, and we're making some health progress. It's good.
From there to home was a long ride and then the days chores and then bed.
Today was a nice long walk, dishes, chores, research on fixing some stuff and pre work for the new solar system. Now I'm in a bath with some rum.
Still missing the girl and really glad she's coming home tomorrow.