Back to work

Today we all went back to work.

Since school in Seattle does not start until tomorrow (Wednesday), Carl still had kids.
It was a beautiful day, summer has finally arrived here, so they headed for water.

Urban swimming hole

Lake Union and associated park were the final locations.

Big Boat - just parked

This may be called work, but I just don’t know.

Splash Pad

Jay had a day of meetings. Basically, we put Monday and Tuesday together.
The Monday meeting lasted until at least 6:30.

On the way to work I saw a black corvette neatly nosed under a small sedan (Honda, Mazda).
It sort of showed up, in my vision, just as my car passed the two closely joined cars.
The joining must have happened just moments before the I made the turn onto the road that leads to a high school entrance. (Actually 3 high school entrances, but this was the first one.) The back-up to the entrance was almost back to the intersection, but not quite.
The joining did not show itself until the cars in front of the first conjoined vehicle moved forward.
The sirens started wailing shortly after arriving at work.
I am sure the front car was a student. The Corvette? Did not see the driver.
Hopefully everyone was OK.

Tomorrow the week will be more normal.
At least for Jay.
Carl has a day of nothing before the after school program begins.
For him, the only constant will be change – at least for a while.

2 Responses to “Back to work”

  1. Margaret Says:

    We started last Thursday–oh, joy. The weather has been gorgeous since then! Who are the cute little girls? Hope the people in the accident were OK. I hate accidents. They always give me a queasy stomach, even when I’m not involved.

    • raincharm Says:

      The cute girls are two of the kids Carl has taken care of since they were babies (at least until they went into kindergarten). The younger girl started kindergarten today.

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