Yesterday, we took Joey to the airport so that he could visit his father and his family. I won’t see him again until August 😦
In the evening, we went to Annapurna’s, and then to the Solid Grounds Coffee House for music. I spent some time dealing with the pile of emails that I received from the SSP, as well as prepared a speech for the first day there.
We went for a walk around the park before returning home for the evening.
Tomorrow, I will drive to Boulder, and so I will talk more about that as I learn more about what I will be doing there.
Yesterday, I spent the morning at the Rio Rancho Seventh Day Adventist Church. I didn’t attend Sabbath School, but I did make it in time for church.
In the afternoon, I updated my storm chasing blog to cover all of my storm chase photos and journal. It is nice to have that finished. I may update pieces from time to time, as I always do in the down season, but the bulk of the content is there.
In the evening, Joey and I went to Solid Grounds and listened to the music. When we returned home, we watched several episodes of Justified.
Yesterday was a nice, lazy day at home after a few days on the road. I spent the afternoon hanging out with JoAnna and Joey at several different events. First, we went and looked at some rocks from a rock collection. Then, we went to Annapurna’s for lunch, and then Solid Grounds for music in the evening.
I was able to go through some of my storm chasing photos. I updated my storm chase blog with photos from the Magdalena Storm Chase trip.
In the evening, I fell asleep in my chair a little earlier than I had intended, as I had more to do yesterday. Oh well.
Yesterday, I led the Sabbath School Devotional and then the adult Sabbath School class. I think I did alright. This lesson was on the origin of sin, so I let them discuss it. We blame Satan today for our sin, but then where did sin come from before Satan? Was he created flawed? Did that mean Satan created flawed beings?
After church, I played around for a few minutes in my garden.
In the afternoon, we went to Annapurna’s and had a nice dinner before going to the Solid Grounds Coffee House for music and snacks.
I updated my biking page and my running page with a few of my more recent exploits.
I was in a funk most of yesterday. I didn’t attend church, I didn’t eat breakfast and so on.
In the afternoon, I felt a little better. I went to dinner with JoAnna an Joey at Annapurna, and was able to do some writing and reading. I finished another chapter in Atlas Shrugged.
In the late evening, we went to Solid Grounds Coffee House and watched an Irish band play. I’m not actually much for Irish bands, but it was still a fun time. I also managed to get in an hour of work for Upwork.
Yesterday, I started out the day by attending the Rio Rancho Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath School and Church services. This week’s church service was led by Crestview SDA school, and the little kids put on a play. It was fun, and the kids enjoyed performing.
In the afternoon, we went to Annapurna to write and read, as has been our tradition for several weeks now. I nearly completed the latest issue of the Society for Industrial Archeology Journal, and did a little catching up on some other things related to my computer.
In the evening, we went to Solid Grounds and listened to a talented bluegrass band. I forget their names, but they were quite good.
Yesterday, I spent the morning at the Rio Rancho Seventh-Day Adventist church. I gave the devotional, and then led my first Sabbath School class. This week’s lesson was on tithing, and we had some good discussions.
In the late afternoon, JoAnna, Joey and I went to Annapurna for tea. While I was there, I wrote several chapters in my latest fiction novel, and was quite pleased with my progress.
I also added a “LabVIEW” section under engineering, as well as the “Cavendish Experiment” under that tab. I will add more LabVIEW projects in the future.
In the evening, we went to Solid Grounds Coffee House, as we normally do on Saturday nights. This week, there was a guitarist that was pretty good, though I can’t remember his name.