Today began with an appointment with my hematologist. I had to see her for some issues. For some reason, hematology and oncology are related, and when they called to remind me about my appointment the other day, they started off with “This is the cancer center calling.” I almost hung up on them! I thought they were asking for donations based on my wife’s battles with cancer. The end of that story is that I had an early morning appointment and ended up seeing the doctor twice. We met at the elevator and rode up to the second floor together, and then I saw here in the examining room. To make a long story short, I don’t need to go back! Yea! Then, I came home and worked on my devotional which got put out a little later than usual. After that, I gave a chess lesson to a fourth grader who is getting harder to teach. He figures out what to do before I teach him the technique! He’s a great, respectful kid. I came home and fixed supper for my daughter to take to my wife. I had reasons for not taking my daughter to class, but I wish in retrospect that I had taken her. Then, I finally did my challenge writing after procrastinating. I need to finish the story by about May 15-20 so I can submit it in time.
Daily Devotional (440 words) – May 1 – Eventually, One of Them Has to be Right, Right?