I woke up sneezing and sniffling again on Saturday and basically sneezed my way through the Harlem Globetrotters show. Which was great fun. We were the only people without kids! What I liked was that the show included some local celebrities, namely our local NBC weather guy and one of the Redskins.
I went to church for the first time in something like three months. I was glad to see people glad to see me. It was my turn to teach in Relief Society, and since it was a Teachings for our Times Sunday my lesson was based on a conference talk by Elder Hales. As always we had a lively, inspiring discussion. I really do love our ward, even though we’re temporarily in the Anacostia chapel and MoBob got lost on the way there.
After church we met a couple of dear friends at Eatonville for dinner. I’ve always wanted to eat there, especially since I’ve gone to Busboys and Poets for events and read Zora Neale Hurston in college. The sweet potato hash was the best.
There really isn’t a way to make Monday any easier, is it?