Phenomonally busy on-call weekend staring me in the face: taxes, errands, one interview, one video, a story to write (Saturday), Divine Liturgy and health pages to assemble (Sunday), as well as minding the shop.
The timing is perfect because the muse is slow to perk up for Henry's section of Before the Blood, although I am dutifully pecking away at it for about half an hour every morning. I will continue to peck in tiny bursts through the weekend and next week, hoping that by then it will be awake and raring.
Back to the real work.
Check out the health, faith, and arts and entertainment calendars. Three of them can be found at the link below. http://www.theherald-news.com/lifestyle/ Gotta Do It, runs each Sunday and often stays on the home page through the week.
Feature briefs for Tuesday (health), Thursday (faith), Friday (Arts and Entertainment), and Sunday (People) are also edited (texted and photos) by the lady of this blog, but only the stories have bylines.
And if you do peek at these stories, to quote our editor Kate Schott, "Thank you for reading The Herald-News." :)
Joliet resident's book addresses race relations with solutions for healing
By Jeanne Millsap
A thoughtful look at the topic.
An Extraordinary Life: Joliet farmer was the nicest guy you'd ever want to meet (VIDEO EXTRA)
A lifelong farmer who never owned a farm (or a house), John Phelps maintained his easygoing personality through his senior years.
Retired Morris teacher had rare stress-induced heart attack
By Jeanne Millsap
Details here, plus comments from local health professionals on symptoms of heart attack in women. Those symptoms are not always the same as men's.
Joliet Jewish Congregation offers Torah study for people of all faiths
"Lunch and Learn" is a friendly discussion of what is commonly known as the Old Testament, along with some sidetracking into other related areas. About a third of the attendees are not of the Jewish faith.
Twenty-one years later, Joliet chef still coordinating tasting event to aid those with disabilities
Joliet Junior College Chef Fred Ferrara even teaches culinary to disabled students - and some of those students will be serving up food at the event.