1. About three hours earlier than expected, the movers arrived at our apartment and moved the modest number of boxes, pictures, few pieces of furniture, mattress, bed frames, and the Deke's guitar and ukes into our home. The bill was quite a bit less than had been estimated and it looks like this process of getting our stuff moved to Greenbelt, which began on June 19th, the day the movers arrived at 940 Madison and continued on Oct. 7 when our things were loaded onto the national truck in Eugene has come to an end. Now it's up to us to figure out what to do with the books, pictures, and the other things that have arrived. This is a relief.
2. I went to the University of Maryland Medical Center website and looked at the video about kidney transplants presented by their transplant center. Dr. Malik, my new kidney doctor, had recommended that I call UMMC. So I did. I have an appointment in March for an all day evaluation as to whether I qualify to be put on the transplant list. I could have had this done sooner, but thought I'd wait until I return from Idaho. I don't really know when I'm coming back, but now I know I'll be back a little while ahead of March 2nd when I have this evaluation done. I don't mind saying: this is nerve wracking.
3. On Friday the 17th and Sunday the 19th I took pictures at Huntley Meadows and Greenbelt Lake and today I finally opened those files and looked at the pictures. I thought one picture I took at Greenbelt Lake shows pretty well how beautiful the trail that goes around the lake is in many spots: