I am supposed to be working on Christmas gifts right now, finishing online orders, wrapping and bagging, sorting stocking stuffers, making a list of things I’ve missed and checking it twice.
Obviously that is precisely what I am NOT doing. My intentions were good. But I bogged down in my survey of different models and brands of a relatively inexpensive piece of electronics gear that appeared on son #1’s wish list
Then I labored through an excruciating episode of operator error as I attempted to select the correct options for the ordering and shipping of several books and toys.
When I finally closed the deal, I drifted off into wondering what I was doing this time in Decembers past. That sent me to posts I published shortly after I started blogging in 2009. A December 11, 2009, post brought back memories of a trip to Savannah, Georgia, 18 months into my retirement.
Gardens and green can rejuvenate me, even via that four-year-old blog post, “Savannah sampler: Green.”