Hal Pepinsky, email@example.com, "peacemaking" at pepinsky.blogspot.com
In one hour, I take my guitar to my late mom's nursing home, the Laurels of Worthington, where Kristine Provan will be for us to do our less than hour-long singalong. Then I have a brief meeting with Marcia Conrad to set a time for her Columbus State students to do an environmental study of our houses. Our gas bill maxes out at $250 in the worse winter weather, and the electric bill for ac on hottest summer days maxes out at $250 too. We have double-paned glass throughout both houses, all the insulation we need.
That is all the business I have for today. It is purely relaxation before I get a good night's sleep and go for a routine abdominal CAT scan to verify that I have no aortic aneurism there tomorrow at 8am, after which I return home for my usual breakfast.
All of which is to say that life is copacetic. love and peace, hal