January, 2018. Finally. December was a really long and trying month. I won’t write a separate post bout December’s progress because basically everything proposed in this post was accomplished.
Now I’m planning my first month of the new year. It promises to be different.
The main exertion of January is to pull together all files and financials from the previous year.
That’s my exertion at work and at home. Everything must be accomplished by the end of the month — payroll forms, business tax reconciliations, general ledger spreadsheets.
I’m going to outline our thesis for studying Latin music. Charlie and I have the opportunity to research music for a week firsthand on an island in the Caribbean.
We’re really excited to add salsa, mambo, and cha cha cha to our repertoire and to learn the origins and modern players.
We will also be brushing up on our Spanish this month.
Feast of the Epiphany party on January 6.
Listening to lots of musica latina (Latin music).
Medical tests for my doctor who is determined to keep my chart up-to-date. That’s why I rarely visit him. He seems to think I’m getting older.
I plan to return to the gym early in the month. I am now pneumonia-free and have regained much of my energy. I need to be ready to do a lot of walking early in February.