Lughnasa Waning Harvest Moon
Woolly Mammoths on reading. We had a meeting focused on current books, readings underway or accomplished during the summer. Guys brought out books recounting the Battle of Little Big Horn hour by hour, the agony of the war in Vietnam, a Chinese classic with the attendant multiple volumes, the built in adaptive structures in the below consciousness part of our awareness. Woollys are readers.
We also learned Charlie has a solid offer on his condo atop a warehouse district building. Scott has still not come back to Minnesota from his time in Colorado and Utah. Frank still doesn’t like the nuns in the Catholic school he attended. Bill’s focused on Regina’s needs rights now. Stefan attended the Men’s conference this year and brought back Zack, an aspiring actor and writer, who read a powerful example of his work.
Ode’s knee has gone from good to worse and now will require a third operation. Frank’s new granddaughter is roly-poly. Warren, in the humor highlight of the evening, realized he had not yet signed up for Social Security. Why humor? Well, he does cover aging for the Star-Tribune and has done so for a long time.
We also discussed, a favorite topic, our retreat. Some want to be near water, others want tradition at the Dwelling or Valhelga. We agreed on the last week of April, the first week of May. That’s a start.