Wednesday I have a "care" meeting about Mom's state of mind; whether she should move to the locked unit.
I have a cold and an interview in Raleigh tomorrow. I don't want to work in Raleigh, it's [at least] a thirty minute drive. I've been fortunate for most of my working life to live three miles average or less from work. I see no reason that should change. There are people who think I should suffer and have a commute. (Those people are mean.)
It's only a part time job at that. Ugh. Am I supposed to be grateful or hold out for what I want? Always a dilemma for me.
Went for a lovely walk this afternoon with B., from Weaver Street Market in Carrboro down Franklin St. to Hillsborough St.; it was such a pleasant day (and company). The briskness is back in the air. It felt so very southern with the grand houses (now mostly sororities or fraternities), and row of massive trees shading the brick paved sidewalk.
Later, we had a squirrel watch!
So that's been our day.
Oh, more randomness -
Book: for dog lovers (and likers ;), "Scent of the Missing", an account of one woman's training of her first search and rescue dog, a Golden Retriever named Puzzle. Fascinating, funny, and poignant. (Did you know they are all volunteers?!)
Documentary: "Afghan Star", an American Idol type search for the top singer in Afghanistan, after the Taliban has been ousted and singing is legal again.
TV Series: "Bramwell" (1995. Apparently was on PBS in the late nineties) - terrific British TV series about a young woman doctor set in late 1800's London. I love Netflix!