First, there is our Friday morning tradition- Friday Morning Starbucks (FMS). With our hectic schedules, sometimes FMS is the only time we really get to sit down and talk. This of course means getting up 30 minutes earlier but it's worth it. I KNOW what tomorrow's workload looks like. I will be up to my eyeballs in Excel charts and macros (a macro is like a program). It's monotonous, tedious, hard work that is crucial. I take comfort in knowing that we are all of us on my team working very hard right now.
At the end of the day, E and I are taking the train/subway out to visit with his grandmother. She lives in Queens. I take the subway and E takes the Long Island Rail Road. He gets his hair cut at place that cut his grandfather's hair and cuts his father's hair. Of course the real reason we go out is to visit E's grandma, if it weren't for her E'd get his hair cut here in Manhattan. The train ride back will be something like 20 minutes to Penn Station and two stops from there to our local subway stop. I imagine we'll be walking in the door somewhere around
For your entertainment and amusement, as part of my Friday
Have a wonderful, lovely, spring like weekend!