Got off on time, after a day doing projects and a competency.
Working on set list tonight for Sunday's funeral service (don't know the ppl but the daughter whose mom died has heard our music and called our bass player asking if we would play for the funeral).
Tomorrow we will help with music in three rooms at our home church.
After lunch, get together with another guitarist/singer to finalize songs for the funeral.
Sunday we will arrive at the church (about 45 min away) at 11am, for a 12 noon start.
Always feel honored to play for ppl; the daughter wants a joyful service and we hope to help make it that way!
Boss is away this week and next, on a river boat cruise down the Rhine river.
So, I'm in charge. Or so they say.
So far we have all survived.
It's good to have a weekend.
Ted, get cracking at editing that video!!
aky, good to hear from you. One day at a time.
I know when one grieves, life kinda goes on, and one must do one's duties (taking care of the dog, the garden, taking the garbage out, doing grocery shopping and cooking, getting the car serviced, etc), eventually going back to work. It's a mixed bag, as you well know: good to keep busy, tired and distracted at the same time.
Wishing you healing, my friend.
and good memories.
Worried about your DGD, do not have a good feeling about this (you are the same, I'm sure).
Keep us informed how she's doing and of the plan, please.
Joe, hope the headaches will stay away!
And, re: changes at work: they will ALWAYS happen, and at the most inopportune times!!
You seem to weather them, unpleasant as they initially present.
Steph, hope you sleep well tonight.
Sabby (and everyone), enjoy your weekend, you Energizer Bunny!
I look forward to reading about your doings and goings-on.
Y'all have a good one.