So what's to learn is that if I don't write first thing, I'm not going to, at least not the way I've been managing my time. The truth is I haven't really been managing my time.
But I have gotten a bit accomplished. I rowed 19 kilometers last week, which isn't bad for being here. I got on the court to hit balls three times and then played with Dahlia. Let's just say hitting is good, but it's nothing like playing with someone else. I actually got a bit of a workout.
I've seen more of Riverdale than I needed. I put it on in the background, but it doesn't always stay there.
I reached out to the bank, counted money, took care of an overdraft, paid for mom's tax preparation, filed a bunch of statements, paid an outstanding tax bill (OP-424), corresponded with the WealthDox folk about their software, spoke to the people at Schwab, spent a bit of time with the New Law Business Model program, and played a few games with mom.
The program today is to close three accounts that are left over from MDDH and the Joachim Herz Revocable Trust, choose a trust platform, call Irwin (done), buy a toilet, and maybe a bathroom cabinet, find out about whether we can get a home mortgage (in progress), and row (done).