We made a bank visit yesterday. Initially it was just to make a deposit, but Chris remembered that her IRA was due to be rolled over, so she wanted to check out the rates for the different terms. I have never really paid attention to any of that stuff. Never really had enough money to make a difference anyway. But she enjoys following it. Guess she likes the power of being in control or something. Not that the interest they are offering is anything to write home about. It used to be a whopping .4%. Something good must be happening, though, because it just skyrocketed all the way up to .7%. Wow. We will soon be millionaires at that rate (Read here “Sarcasm,” just in case you, like me, are of the “I have no idea what that means” persuasion).
Well, we just went over to our water exercise class. We were pretty determined to make it today since we missed both sessions last week because “someone” was too sick to move. And when we arrived there were only two other cars in the parking lot. Not a good sign, since we were right at the time class was supposed to be starting. One of the other guys got out of his truck and we shared our frustration over obviously not being contacted. Seems that he missed last Thursday as well. That must have been the announcement day. Ah, well. Oh, but don’t think I dodged the exercise bullet. No. No. No. I am married to Chris after all. As soon as we got home she barked out the order to get dressed for going walking. Well, OK then. So now we are back home. She is settling in with the newspaper. I am back at the computer. Great way to start the day.
Colossians 2:9-10 says, “For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and you have been given fullness in Christ, who is the head over every power and authority.”
Father, thank you for the brisk, damp day, perfect for taking an early morning walk. Amen.