At first, I really enjoyed not working or having any social distractions as I got to do a ton of organizing and I have projects for days. But this is starting to wear thin. I don’t know if the clouds outside are putting a damper on the joy I felt at first getting lots of stuff done, but I am ready to be social–or at least have a margarita that I didn’t make (I mean come on they are not the same at home unless you are Mimi Harman or a bartender by trade). I know there are lots of people putting their lives on the line and I am extremely lucky and blessed to be snuggled up at home but some days I feel like we are on a spinning record called REPEAT. Part of why I love what I do is that every day is different, a new face– or a new street to go down so to speak. At least I have time to think, journal, blog, and focus–and lots of walking-don’t forget the walking (the peanut butter M&MS and margaritas- M&M&M-cancel it out but I am walking) These seniors and their stories deserve focus. Today you get to meet Olivia, gorgeous Olivia.
Olivia will attend Wichita State. She would characterize her taste as a mix of funky and classic, and I remember her saying she liked old doors. Challenge accepted–I love to go find old doors. What is funky/classic to you? Let’s go find it (now you see why I might be a little ready to get out). She was never at home before the lockdown with lots of activities and sports so this is all new and if she is anything like me starting to go a little stir crazy. She does not know where she will be in 5 years and that is….
Olivia, I have no doubt your future is looking damn fine. It was so fun to find spots in KC with you–I had the hardest time narrowing them down!