March 13, 2020

From Gerald R. Lucas

Springcovid-19: day 2 | US: GA | info

What a lovely day. Spring seems to finally be coming to Macon. We have pollen and blossoms. We have breezes and warmer weather. We have spring break and Montessori’s annual Peace Pole presentations. The latter took place under a comfortable overcast sky, and all the students did a great job.

After the ceremony, while Henry had lunch with his friends (parents were dis-invited because of COVID-19), Autumn and I went to Wild Wing Café.

And the last photo is our baby peach tree. It, along with our wee cherry blossom tree, is feeling the spring.

Leica Camera Information
Camera: Leica M (Typ 262). Lenses: Leica Summicron-M 2/50mm (Typ IV), Leica Summicron-M 2/35mm ASPH (Typ V), or Voigtländer Nokton Classic 40mm f/1.4 MC. Processed with Capture One Pro.
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I worked out as usual this morning in an Orange Theory 3G class. It was packed as usual, but I wonder how long that will last. Our neighbor and I chatted a bit, and I found out that they are no fans of President Cheeto, either. Good for them.

Today was a beautiful spring day. I should have ridden the Scrambler. I guess there’s still time.

Oh, and I’ve been working on porting my journal entries from teaching abroad from 2009. It’s fun going back through the photos.