The days are starting to blend into one another. It doesn’t help that I have my days and nights mixed up. I work until 4:30 or 5 p.m. and then go to sleep, wake up at 2 am or 4 am and rock on for a few hours. Napping before starting work at about 8 am. This is not good.
Yesterday, Day 25, I couldn’t find anything to write about. It was just a day. I researched the CARES Act for funding for the nonprofit I work for, I wrote some business letters and I worked on the webpage. Nothing scintillating there. I’m also teaching myself Photoshop Elements which is slow going because my brain just doesn’t work the way that software was written.
I did talk to Chef Boy ‘R Mine: a real phone call. Neither of us had much to say but it was good to hear his voice. His birthday is on June 15th. I’m hoping to be out of shelter-in-place by then. Maybe, I’ll even go to Atlanta to see him. I do miss the boy. I also miss his wife. I don’t have a pithy nickname for her yet. I adore her though. He chose well.
It’s 6 a.m. Time to start this day. I’m thinking of actually showering and putting on real clothes. Maybe that will make it feel like a real day. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. . .
When my son was born. I promised him everything good.
I feel like I’ve made good on that promise.
On social media, I call him Chef Boy ‘R Mine. He’s the love of my life.
A few years ago, he met the love of his life on match.com. They married yesterday.
I am over the moon.
We’re all in Ibiza, Spain. The wedding was the best I’ve ever been to. The reception was a heap of fun. Today, I have gloried in the fact that he is happy and has found, as he says, his Queen.
I haven’t had a lot of time with my daughter-in-law, but the little I’ve had, I adore her. She is intelligent. She is gracious. She is beautiful. My grandchildren will be awesome.
The view from my cup is overflowing with happiness. I am just suffused with joy. It’s so much fun to watch the wheel of life turn and to see one’s offspring do well. I couldn’t be happier.
Jeremy, my son, was uncompromising when it came to a help-meet. He had high standards and he met them all. Vanessa is a treasure.
We can walk this world alone or we can choose a partner. My son has chosen well. I am beyond happy. My cup over flows.
It was easily the best wedding I’ve ever been to. Everything was first rate and first class. My heart is so full.
Today my son is getting married. I couldn’t be happier about the woman he chose. She is intelligent, charming and beautiful. We had dinner together last night and I took this photo. The expressions on their faces say it all.