Another day

Yesterday was more of the same, Jag had soccer and then hung out with his friends, Ty had a long bike ride up Highway 24 towards Leadville, I worked my butt off and had two workouts at the gym, one in the morning and one late in the afternoon. I was 199.6 pounds this morning though so that’s good, ha.

Both dogs go to daycare today as we have Aunt Ali’s moms service tomorrow and have to pick up Grandma Dixie and Lori at the airport around 10 am. It’ll be a busy week with Dixie here and me in Seattle on Tuesday and Wednesday. Ty and I are going to Aspen today as I have to stop in Carbondale and drop some samples.

Lori is doing ok. It’s tough for her to work remotely and be gone. She’s critical to the Practice and there’s always an emergency, day and night. In California she’s been running errands with her Mom going to doctor appointments, lunches, dinners and more. Even though I’m off to Seattle for 36 hours Lori’s booked solid until a week from Monday, either flying here, taking care of her Mom or flying her Mom back to Sacramento a week from tomorrow. So we’re all busy busy.

By the way, Ty goes white water kayaking two weeks from Monday and I go hunting on the 30th and school starts two weeks from Thursday so we’re all really slammed until a day or two after Labor Day or about September 4th, ugh. At least we’re keeping busy!

That’s it, time to run, have a great day and God Bless.

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1 Response to Another day

  1. Robi says:

    Sadly it’s been 9 years since dad died! I think with mom passing too, the focus has mainly been on her, but not a day goes by that I don’t think and pray about both of them, as I’m sure we all do. Wishing Ali’s mom service brings closure to her and her brothers and Earl. I was telling my friend this morning that I think the one hit the hardest is the surviving spouse. Think about it, being with the same person everyday for 40, 50, 60 years and one day they are gone, can’t imagine!

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