I think I’m heading East to Saskatchewan and Manitoba tomorrow. I was going to go today but had a headache and decided to wait.
I’ve kind of finished all I wanted to do to my new server and its web sites, and I have a more-or-less completed list of other things I wanted to accomplish this summer, so there’s no reason not to go.
…Aside from finances. I quit Flexibility Learning Systems in April since they had no summer hours for me, and evening classes would start in September, the same time my college classes start. I thought it prudent to spend all my energies in classes at the college rather than juggling Flex and the college. Sure, Flex was only part-time, but just the same I’d rather focus on the future, not the past. Nonetheless, this stretches finances. Limited budget this time.
The car, my little 2012 Kia Soul, continues to run smoothly (knock on wood!) despite replacing the back window again. Yes, another gravel road, this time near a bridge just outside the Blood Nation here in Southern Alberta. Hopefully no more rocks rocketing through my windows.
Mom is up and down these days. I leave with apprehension as she’s more winded and low on energy than ever. … Well, that’s not entirely true. I remember when she was in her first year or so of therapy. She was extremely tired back then. Nonetheless, this is six years after, so every month, week, day is a blessing. I worry about her – will do so while I’m gone East.
This is my new blog, the Ongoing Letter version 4. You’re welcome to comment or send some kind of feedback if you can figure out how to do it. It’s using WordPress, an open-source CMS (Content Management System) with PHP, MySQL, and IIS 7.5 all on Windows 7. Not the newest of technologies, I know, but it’s a step up from version 3 of my blog which ran on Microsoft’s FrontPage Server Extensions. Woo-hooo! Yah, I know – like 15 years old at least. I’m somewhat old-school. But as the Bellamy Brothers once asked, “Should he hang on to the old, should he grab on to the new?”