Annie and I have our radio interview available today. That is 1 PM PST at voiceamerica.com . Look for Frankly Speaking About Cancer. It’s an hour long show. And you can always get back to it because it is archived there.
Yesterday Sherie from San Diego come over for the day. Check the pics. We got some cleanup done along the trail which was much needed. And we got a little time in to shoot some arrows in the pasture in the sunshine. Yea the pasture was in the sunshine and so were we. Golden all around.
Today it is extremely foggy and probably will be half the day. I have things to get done work wise. Last day before treatment tomorrow in Seattle. Boy, I am so thankful that I had such an easy time this round of chemo with the side effects. What a blessing!
Tomorrow I get to face the “Big Squeeze” traffic jamb. There is a particular road construction hurdle being experienced at this time and for an estimated three weeks onward that affects the flow of traffic through Seattle. The first day of this was yesterday and tomorrow I get my chance to experience it and then again Friday. What fun!
Maybe you have seen this on your hometown news. Just briefly an aging and much used major traffic viaduct is being replaced by a tunnel underneath it. So the viaduct was closed on Friday to start the final construction of the entrance and exit of the tunnel to reconnect the highway. We are feeling our way into it today being the second commuter day of the three weeks. People are taking trains, buses and ferry boats to try and avoid the situation. I am still dithering on a plan.
So that is the situation here in and around the Emerald City. Thanks for being here with us. That’s the situation loves, Felipé.