I went down to the folks’ house today to have a big family dinner with my parents, grandpa, aunt, sister, brother-in-law, and new nephew. It was lovely to have everyone sit around one big table and talk about life.
Being able to drive down to visit the family was a blessing unto itself. The transmission went out on my car awhile ago, so my father has been very graciously letting me borrow his. Reliable transportation is amazing.
“For the first time in a long time, you’re not who my muse is.”
I’m grateful I’ve managed to keep this project alive into the double digits.
In my fridge are three gigantic bottles of kombucha and I am so, so happy.
My shift at work tomorrow is covered, so I get to go hang out with my best friend and her baby all day.
I told Nadine that if math stays interesting I’d like to get my Bachelor’s in it. She told me that in the five years she’s known me math is the only thing that’s managed to keep my interest.
Today I didn’t work. I held my nephew instead. All baby sweet and squirming.
My roommate’s mother has been visiting us from Iran for the last month. Today she went home, but she left our fridge full.