As always I love reporting to you the good, challenging and odd things that I encounter, and here is a report of the last 72 hours of my life.
On Thursday Dad picked me up late from my club and we got home around 6:30. Of course I was STARVING, but then again I am always hunger, so nothing new here.
For the next 3 hours it was phone calls and problem solving because a transmitter had a problem in our neighborhood and it blew out everything – and that is not even an exaggeration.
The circuit box was blown, the cable box got fried, other appliances in our home were damaged beyond repair and even the outlets needed fixing. It was so bad that people lost large appliances, and smoke was coming out of their outlets. That happened to us also when the electrician man came to help Dad fix our house.
The next day got even crazier: the computer man had to come, the cable people were here and the electricity man. The cable people had to come two days in a row because we had problems and were cut off from the world.
PEOPLE do you understand the severity? I was NOT able to communicate with all of my fans and that was beyond disappointing.
Finally, we had to go to the office to do some computer work. It was great because I love Mom’s office and I got to see lots of folks, but I did get a little bored as you can see from the photo.
Our associate and Mom’s fellow nutritionist friend Victoria Sonoda was there with her new baby Zade. As you can see Dad was giving that little thing much more attention than me and I admit I was more than a bit jealous. But I know I have the parental units hearts so I had to get over myself.
OK, hopefully there will be no more challenges as we are all spent and the holiday weekend seems more like a labor weekend. But we all must remember our most challenging day is perhaps another person’s best day. I figured that out and dug out the advent calendar tonight and decided to take a nap from my long day.
Please continue to be thoughtful of those serving in the world for our freedom.
PS – it’s been quite warm in Santa Monica and the Weather Weimaraner reports 80 degrees today. Please pray for rain as we are in a drought and soon my yard will be completely brown.
You can’t fool me, Perry- you just can’t wait for Christmas.