My birthday is this week, and my wife is taking me out to dinner. We’re meeting with our financial advisor. I’m seeing my cardiologist. We’re picking up our daughter from college and returning her a week later. I’m getting my teeth cleaned. We’re going to see a play. Plus the usual – choir rehearsal, church, ZOOM with my sisters, book reviews, and blogging.
Not that I can specifically recall. It’s possible.
Any number of the ones I’ve purchased but have not read. We Who Believe in Freedom- Alice Green. Caste – Isabel Wilkerson. The Mask Is Off – Dr. Mildred Smoth-Chang. I’ve got tons of them.
The built-in bookcases in the room I am presently sitting in.
Games People Play
Cards: pinochle, hearts, spades. Scrabble, Monopoly, Uno, Boggle, and probably others.
Every day is something new.
California rolls, I guess.
I like to sightsee.
Turn off my phone.
I look marvelous in everything, dahlink. Actually, I have no idea, but my wife often says, “That shirt looks nice on you,” and it can be a variety of shades.
What’s not to like?
Just about everything. I am a late adapter to virtually every technological innovation. My first iPhone I got in 2020 or 2021. I seldom watch streaming services. My landline still exists.
My first drink was a Tom Collins. In general, I drink white wine if I’m consuming alcohol.