Mrs. RWP and I went to see the movie Saving Mr. Banks.
Mrs. RWP and I went to see our granddaughter in a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance at her school.
Mrs. RWP and I made a trip by automobile to our daughter’s home in Alabamistan and stayed a few days.
Mrs. RWP and I attended the NCAA Signing Day brunch put on by the Cherokee County School District for graduating seniors (12th-year students) from the six high schools in the county who have committed to participating in a college athletics program for the fall. Our oldest grandson was one of 56 students recognized this year. His sport is baseball. About 250 parents, grandparents, and little brothers and sisters attended the brunch.
So we have been able to visit with all of our children and grandchildren in the past couple of weeks.
In between times we have
I have also been preparing myself mentally and physically for another (and, it is hoped, the last) “procedure” to be performed upon my person by the gastroenterology segment of the medical profession. Two days hence I shall be undergoing an enteroscopy (which my spies tell me is like a colonoscopy, only longer, the enteroscope going all the way into the small intestine). My old friend Wikipedia tells me that there are three types of enteroscopies -- single-balloon, double-balloon, and spiral (don’t ask).
In December I underwent a wireless capsule endoscopy in which one swallows a camera
The fun and games continue apace.
I will spare you the details of the final preparation process except to say that I should emerge lighter, but wiser, on Friday.