After scrambling him some eggs, we dodged some rain and we were off to Sachem East. Lots of traffic on the road this morning.
Once at work, I played catch up.
Peanut Butter and Nutella on whole wheat for lunch.
This day in history "After more than a decade in space, Pioneer 10, the world's first outer-planetary probe, leaves the solar system. The next day, it radioed back its first scientific data on interstellar space.On March 2, 1972, the NASA spacecraft was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a mission to Jupiter, the solar system's largest planet. In December 1973, after successfully negotiating the asteroid belt and a distance of 620 million miles, Pioneer 10 reached Jupiter and sent back to Earth the first close-up images of the spectacular gas giant. On June 13, 1983, the NASA spacecraft left the solar system. NASA officially ended the Pioneer 10 project on March 31, 1997, with the spacecraft having traveled a distance of some six billion miles."
On the way home I stop to pick up the CSA shares. The fruits and vegetables look great and dot require washing as they were out in the rain. The quart of strawberries and pint of blueberries got sampled on the drive home.
Not wanting to cook dinner, we ordered heros from Lombardis. The chicken parm a disappointment, as the chicken was thin and overcooked...Gavin only ate half a hero so you know it was sub standard.
After dinner, a 4 mile run in the mist.
Picked up Kyle and Luke from their friends house. Kyle has no school tomorrow, Luke has a test and is out by 10am. Like I said, school is winding down.
Pretty soon , we will be hearing the old Alice Cooper song, "Schools out for Summer"
Some good news from the specialists at Beth Israel in NYC. Peggy has pneumonia and is starting antibiotic treatment. She remains out of ICU and hopefully once her infection is under control her lungs will start to clear. One step at a time, and the sort of good news we wanted to hear.
Photo of the day "School is Winding Down"