Family, then words

My oldest son graduated from our local junior college today. His ceremony was fairly early in the afternoon, so we’ve spent the day playing games and going out to dinner.

Now, it’s time for me to get some words in. Family first. Now, words.

But I’m tired because I got up to go to water aerobics this morning. I’m so used to swim — eat — sleep as being my pattern. It’s how I lived many days during my summers growing up. I’ve been tired all day. At the moment, it’s hard to get words in.

Yet I’m so close to finishing Arlyn’s book. Okay, not quite as close as my mind (tired as it is) thinks I am at the moment. I found myself getting all excited for a second until I realize that I wasn’t quite close being done. I did get a great idea this morning, so I have to dive back into earlier in the book to see if I can accomplish this. If it works, great. If not, well, it wasn’t really meant to be and my mind will have fun playing with something else.

All right, I really must go and get some words in before I fall asleep. I’m finding myself starting to crash. Isn’t that the sign of a great day of adventures? I think it is.