Work was ordinary and unremarkable today. Due to a failure of communication, Amy Coultas didn’t find out about our lunch plans until it was too late, so Carol and I had a nice lunch together at a little Vietnamese cafe on the next block from our office. None of today’s deliveries were as problematic as yesterday’s – we did have to replace one king bed with a full bed (easier to get up to the second floor) and one apartment is short one table, but that’s a common problem, and we will be getting an influx of donations next week.
Tomorrow is the first time in quite a while that we’ve had new refugee clients arrive in Louisville at any time other than the middle of the night, so I jumped at the chance to be part of the group meeting them at the airport. I don’t recall which country they’re from, but it will still be a a joy and a privilege to be there.
Tonight, I enjoyed another good dinner with Marion and the boys, and another fun, joyful choir practice.