He left and took the storm away with him. Actually, this is only the eye of the hurricane. He will be back tonight, and wreck havoc on my blog until I come home on Tuesday, when he will be gone until June.
I tried to take Little Brother to Rockville, or some other Metro-venture, but he only wanted to play on the computer. So yesterday was thrown in the trash. Nearly.
Nevertheless, I did some unique accomplishments. I wrote a sample "Sawatzki's Note" for The Cat in the Hat, and embellished that story into a meaningful novel with allegory. Today I discovered that people have joined The Banker's Club. Out of modesty, I did not make myself an officer, which I just discovered how to do. However, modesty doesn't reign in my "Free gift" group, where I play Oprah Winfrey in generously offering gifts to members. No one has joined that group. Likewise, I just finished typing a meaningful essay for The Bankers' Club on microlending in America. Over one page long, single-spaced. And now I have time to go beyond the call of duty for my Religion Extra Credit project, by reading and essaying about my topic. As I said, this day won't go to waste!
PS- 10:30 am, I think, tomorrow, NBC 4, It's Academic. This will be a tale of one small school bravely fighting against Goliaths to win the prize.