As promised, the end-of-the-year series of goals and dreams blogs will be along fairly regularly over the next week and up to New Year’s Eve. Still having a problem in one eye (mostly still blind), so spending as little time at the computer as I can. So the columns are going a little slower than normal.
The big estate stuff is basically done. Sometime in the week after Christmas I will take one more truck-load up to the new WMG offices. Last week we did a ton of tearing out and building and painting in a new area I rented in the same building on the same floor, so except for some new flooring on about 1,000 square feet, the 4,500 office complex is ready. I just need to unload and put on shelves about 1,500 boxes of books and other stuff. And hang a ton of art, since part of the complex used to be an art gallery. It’s going to be way cool. Those coming to the workshops will see it starting the last week of February since that’s where the workshops will be held.
I still need to distribute everything from the estate when the court says I can in Feb and then clean up a three bedroom home in Eugene that is a fixer and will make someone a great deal or a great flip. Then close the estate. As I said before, if anyone asks you to be the executor (personal representative) in their will, think hard about it and then say no.
And on top of everything else, the person who never gets sick, ever, exhausted myself so much last week and this fall that I caught the flu, even with a flu shot. Luckily, it’s light and I have only asked Kris three or four times to just shoot me, since they shoot horses, don’t they? For some reason, she doesn’t want to spend the next fifty years writing from jail. Go figure, so I’m here typing in an up moment. Now to the basement theater to watch movies or television.