I took most of Monday off this week, to make up for all the work last week with two funerals. It really is feeling like crunch time now, as fall program approaches. To complicate things, Administrative Assistant is going to be taking two weeks off to go to her reunion. So, we're trying to work ahead and get things in place for fall. We are making major changes to some of our children's ministries this year, which means extra meetings.
When I left yesterday evening, I felt good about what we had accomplished. I still have some work to do before Sunday, but that's okay. This morning I went back to the orthopedic doctor. My bones continue to heal (slowly). He also diagnosed me with tennis elbow, which is the result of tripping and falling coming out of the tent. He offered me a cortisone shot to the elbow, but I preferred to try a brace first. So, I now have a band on my forearm. The pain lessened immediately, so I know his diagnosis was correct.
He's still talking about the possibility of surgery, but I'm not going to worry about that now.
Daughter has had some challenges this week. One of the other residents at her house is being very disruptive and abusive. Hopefully they can get her needs addressed soon. Very soon.