On Saturday afternoon, my parents and Joshua and I are going to catch the Guthrie Theater “Private Lives” that we were scheduled to attend the night of the bridge collapse. We all decided that Saturday afternoon would be an ideal time to see the show, so we will go to the 1:00 p.m. matinee.
We leave for London three weeks from today, and we are starting to get excited.
We have a lot to get done between now and then, and I think we are going to get started this weekend.
Joshua and I have some things to pick up for our trip, so I think he and I will do some shopping on Friday night.
On Saturday morning, we will do some yard work at my parents’ house while my parents are taking care of some personal business.
After the Guthrie matinee on Saturday, Josh and I will have dinner at my parents’ house and after dinner we will help my parents get some things ready for London.
On Sunday, after church, we all have a family function to attend with my mother’s relatives. After that is over, I think that Josh and I will go back with my parents to their house and help them with a few other small things that need some attention.
The summer is almost over, and I cannot believe how quickly it has passed. It seems like Memorial Day was only two or three weeks ago, and yet the college football season will be upon us before we know it.
Josh has made some major decisions with reference to his career plans, and he may write about those things when he is ready to do so.