Weird to experience the time changes flying "this" direction, Tweety.
I think the transatlantic crossing ppl took before there was airline travel, took 5-7 days. I assume one adjusted slowly, and perhaps experienced no "jet lag" (hence the origin of the term! only from riding in a "jet"!!) upon arrival to port. I would like to do a transatlantic crossing sometime. Just 'cuz.
Today I did case mgmt. It was steady all day, and I didn't have time to clear all my view alerts from my five days off. Will work on that tomorrow.
Dh will likely go to a jam tonight. He and the jazz band (guitar, banjo, bass) play tomorrow night at a local bar, for 30 min or so. I may go listen.
It has sprinkled on and off today, which surprised me. Wasn't expecting precipitation. It's nice to be home.
As dh and I have aged, we have become poster "children" for that meme that says marriage is just two people who live in the same house and shout "What???" to each other from within the house. Yup, that's us. We both are asked to repeat ourselves, frequently. We both have tinnitus. Mine, I think, has more than one cause. Latest is allergies, as I hear crackling noises if I massage below the right pinna, and I can hear sloshing when I walk. I take a nondrowsy antihistamine daily, but I think it's time to break out the two nasal sprays and administer.
We will help with music this Friday night, at the Hymn Sing at Oak Glen. Then, our youngest ds texted today he would like to return to the RenFaire on the weekend, with his wife and with oldest ds. Seems Saturday is best for oldest ds (he doesn't have to be to work till 7pm), so we will go then (Sat). Can rest up on Sunday before hitting the work week again. Time to wash the garb!
I washed all the RV linens and took them back out. Yesterday had already cleaned the floor and surfaces. Not that it will last; it will be dirty when we break it out again (sometime in late May, I believe), but at least I have cleaned the dirt from THIS outing. It was quite dusty at the horse ranch (to be expected!).
Nel, I agree: pt was not rehab material, needed to be in an ED! And shame on that family. Though perhaps they had caregiver fatigue, or some component of it. Hope things are better this weekend when you work. For now, enjoy the horses and cats and barn chores and etc!
Joe, me too: hope J's friend improves quickly. And congrats on your weight loss!
Re: Notre Dame: seems the organ survived (though how play-able it is, remains to be seen. It may need some renovating), and the huge rose window. France's president has promised to rebuild, and money from many sources, both in France (private) and from other countries, has been pledged. The history of this work of art has been interesting to review. It is truly a beautiful sight to behold, and it seems it is dear to the French (not a sign of any religion, but just that the building has been part of Paris for so long, damages to it are like hurting one's dear friend). I am not as eloquent as others, though, for describing this way of viewing Notre Dame.
'Nuff for now. Have a good evening!