Homer's Travels: Weekly Ephemera #23

Sunday, June 19, 2022

Weekly Ephemera #23

  •  The Wife was on a service trip all week.  The house felt empty and I was bored most of the time.  When she got home on Friday everything felt right again.
  • On Wednesday I talked to my doctor about my high PSA test numbers.  After some discussion I decided to postpone my biopsy until the first of November.  The doctor agreed it would not significantly change the risk to me to do so.
  • On Thursday I took my car in to be serviced.  It has been nearly eleven months since my last one.  I really don't drive my car very often and when I do it's only short distances.
  • On Saturday we went to  America's fiftieth anniversary concert.  I will post more about that next week sometime.
  • Today the Wife and I are going to watch Notre Dame in the College World Series.  It's going to be hot but it's going to be a good game so it's worth a little sweat.  Go Irish!
  • I didn't do any walking/hiking this week.  The weather was hot and muggy.  During my Appalachian Trail (AT) attempt in 2019 I hiked a lot in hot and muggy weather but the thought of walking around here in those conditions is a non-starter for me.  I have no doubt that I will be hiking in hot and muggy weather when I go back next month to finish the AT but I feel no need to experience that any earlier.  This coming week looks just as bad as last week so I'm not sure if I'll be hiking this week either.

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