It’s been a busy couple of weeks.
Ailsa has been have severe anxiety attacks again. This is taking quite a bit of focus and energy.
It is the end of the fishing year – and one major client is transitioning to a new back end accounting package. So there is the usual end of year stuff, and then a bit more as well.
Pauline and Pete and Andrew and Marty came up on Saturday. Marty has a broken arm, he and Olaf stayed inside most of the day.
Pete Pauling and I made a good start at clearing some of the pruning I did last year from the campervan parking spot, and moving the trampoline to a different spot. A very useful day’s work.
Sunday had John Ayers arrive, and we hit the golf course at 2pm, and played 18. I had the best round of golf I have ever played, a gross of 84, with a net of 60 (12 under) – won our friendly match 7 and 6.
Communications with Will and Jewelia have been difficult the last few days.
I guess we are all under stress.
It seems that the vast bulk of requests meet with argument and resistance, rather than acknowledgement and assistance.
Went to Henno’s yesterday and he did a session on me with the Tibetan bowls – very peaceful at the time, though I found myself particularly tired by evening.
Tomorrow we are off to Wellington.
Will is staying home to mind the shop.
I have the Quota Managers meeting at SeaFIC, and appointments with some Wellington clients. Jewelia is going to a Paramore concert. We are staying with friends (Chris & Jan Milne), and having a bit of a catch up. I am very interested in Jan’s take on my diet, as a professional dietitian.
Will be back home Friday afternoon.