I am being a procrastinator before David’s visit

Greetings, readers. With David’s impending visit less than two days away, I am still struggling to get certain areas of the small apartment ready. I’ve already blocked off this evening and perhaps overnight to tidy up. Now I’ll tell you why I’m kicking myself. I’ve known when David is arriving for several weeks and I just sat here; reading my book and watching TV, YouTube, or Netflix. I always do this.

For future reference, I am going to talk to my therapist for suggestions and tips on how to get ready for guests in the future. Later in the year, David’s daughter Emily and her friends wish to visit, and if I don’t have them stay in a hotel, this place is going to have to be spotless. As most of my regular readers know, I am not a spotless person. I suffer from low energy and stamina. Some folks can start at 9:00 in the morning and clean all day until the work is done. Not I. I have to work in spurts, and Lord help me if I sit down and turn on any entertainment because I won’t get back to my chores for hours.

Now that I know it is crunch time, I’m confident that my adrenaline will kick in and I will be able to do the chores I need to do before David arrives tomorrow night. Rebecca and I will work tomorrow and I’ve already bracketed off the rest of that day to finish cleaning, do laundry, buy snacks, etc. It’s going to be an awesome visit.

On Friday is my musical performance along with a surprise. It is going to be a great afternoon. Saturday, Traci and I are taking David to an Indian restaurant nearby for his pre-birthday dinner. And at 8:00, the Penn State football team will play for the Big Ten Championship. Go Lions! Sunday and Monday will be our quiet days, visiting with Traci, watching movies, or playing video games. Dave will depart on Tuesday, because we both have to work on Wednesday. I’m going to need a weekend to rest from my weekend.

That’s all the news for today. Either Rebecca or I will have another blog entry for you tomorrow. I bid you a great day, take care, and happy reading.

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