Welcome to September!

August has been a crazy month with hurricanes, earthquakes, a little bit of work and a whole lot of out of town guests.  It has been a bit of a whirlwind to say the least. 

I think the time that many of us spent at home, since mid-March to now, has brought our families closer together.  In the beginning I thought that closeness, under these circumstances, under one roof, was not a good thing, but I have come to think that I was wrong! It’s something new and fun…

Now, the first thing I learned to do is to make coffee for my wife. To see her in the morning without coffee is not a pretty sight. To be quite honest, it scares the hell out of me! LOL

Then my youngest has a “Big Girl Job” as an eighth-grade teacher at a local Junior High School. That was something new. By the way, God save those children! What I’m trying to say is that we all need to try new things; so do our kids. September is like the beginning of the year. A new start, for schools, for churches and their ecclesiastical calendars, and even for families who have been somewhat in disarray due to the Pandemic. So, let’s take advantage of this new awakening and do something crazy like get out of this funk and begin the NEW with excitement and vigor! 

And Guys, if you want to get on your wife’s good side and make things smoother at home, learn to make coffee!  Holy Crap! My life got a whole lot better!