My weekly sabbath day summary.
6:50 Make the coffee.
8:15 Take son to school.
8:30 Read a book.
10:30 Have breakfast with a friend.
12:30 Watch a television sitcom with my wife (who is home with a cold).
1:30 Climb with my partner
3:00 Pick up son from school.
3:30 Back to the gym to climb and boulder with my son. (Before his fourth ascent he said: “No man is better than me!” As he began to climb he looked back over his shoulder, compelled to add “Or any woman.” I don’t know whether to be proud of his confidence, worried about his pride, or to congratulate him on his inclusive vocabulary. He’s six).
5:00 Home for pizza and homework.
6:00 Pick up a friend at the hospital.
7:00 Begin the bedtime ritual.
7:30 Reading Homer’s Odyssey with my son. How cool is this?
9:00 Got up to execute file recovery from the backed up files of my former computer. Success!!!!
10:00 Useless fretting about all the work I have to do tomorrow.
11:00 Got some tunes going, a bit of reading. Looking forward to bed.