First, I apologize to anyone disturbed by my efforts last week to stay on the air, in spite of my struggle with laryngitis. At least one listener suggested I get off the air when I go “froggy”. I left it up to the program director’s discretion.
I took a couple of days off work this week. My coworkers and I put in long, often-stressful hours … and a few days off is always welcome. I get to sleep in and do whatever I please. This week I caught up on some yard work; a hedge needs to be trimmed twice or three times a year.
I worked out every day, read a lot, and took a little nap time.
Unfortunately, my wife’s vacation time seldom coincides with mine. That means I spend a lot of time alone … on neglected chores and … well … resting.
Shelley and I are planning a trip to the mountains later this summer.
Our thought for today is from Elbert Hubbard:
“No man needs a vacation so much as the man who just had one.”