8:15 am: Drop off girls at summer camp.
9:30 am: Pick up birds for program.
11:00 am: Stop at home to collect my thoughts and print out paperwork for evening's board meeting.
12:00 pm: Start my drive to Adams County Fairgrounds.
1:30 pm: Arrive at fairgrounds.
2:00-3:00 pm: Program.
3:15 pm: I get to talk on the RADIO about RAPTOR!
3:30-5:00 pm: Drive back to RAPTOR to drop off birds.
6:00 pm: Arrive at home to change clothes and knock off the stink.
6:30pm: Leave home.
7:00 pm: Board meeting.
8:00 pm: Get a call from Geoff who says that Isabelle has a problem and I am needed. Must stop at store to buy new shoes for Isabelle. And band-aids. And a frozen dinner for myself (the only meal I will have today).
9:00 pm: Get a call on cell phone about a hawk who has been living in a barn for three days, being handled and hugged by well-meaning people and being fed CANNED DOG FOOD.
9:15 pm: Arrive home and corral children to bed.
9:30 pm: Try to reach well-meaning people with pet hawk in barn. No answer. Leave a message that I will call in the morning.
10:15pm: Eat only meal of the day and chronicle my day here.
In the middle of all this, I was cross-eyed with fatigue. But just as I thought I would keel over, a Bob Marley song came on the radio. "Buffalo Soldier". Smoothed me out quite a bit.
I'm tired. Two more days of programs and then I get the weekend off. Thank goodness.