Oh by the way, folks,
Today we celebrate the birthday of Aaron Copland, born in 1900. He was one of America's favorite 20-th century music composers.
Yesterday's apptment with the Village Medicine Man went according to routine. He routinely renewed my prescription for blood pressure meds, using his new modern Tronic Transfer Service instead of the old-fashioned scribble sheet.
So I strolled over to the canonically appointed drugstore, knowing they probably wouldn't have it ready quite yet but I figured I'd ask anyhow.
So they informed me that according to one of the new requirements of Obama-Care, my prescription can't be refilled until a certain number of days before the old prescription runs out. That'll be Saturday. So I'll go back Saturday.
And then in the evening the Sidewalk Meeting went well. They responded entirely satisfactorily to all of my concerns. The only remaining problem is that they can't seem to get easements from all the property owners.
So that leaves a bit of uncertainty as to whether they'll leave gaps where they can't get easements, or whether they'll can-ex the whole project.
And so it looks like today is gonna be a great day do do whatever I jolly well please.
Happy Jolly Well Pleasing!
Signs of life