A day for the books
Not quite of “Today in History” caliber, but on this date in 1986, I reported to 501 N. Calvert St. for my first day at work at The Sun. Because of the [cough] hiatus [cough], I am beginning my twenty-fourth year at the paper rather than my twenty-fifth.
Still happy to be here.
This morning, after several days of workshops, faculty meetings, orientation, and other business, my daughter, Alice, steps into her classroom at the Garrison Forest School to begin actual instruction in Latin. This will be her fourth year at the school.
This afternoon, my son, J.P., will report to work for his first day in the kitchen at Crush in Belvedere Square. It wouldn’t be the thing for me to endorse a commercial enterprise here, but I am confident that he will provide satisfaction to the customers.
Yesterday was the day that the full fall schedule started for Kathleen at Trinity Episcopal Church in Towson, so today the whole family is fully, and gainfully, occupied.