Just for the heck of it, right now I'm playing in 4 musical groups. There is a serious problem for the groups counting on the local Parks and Recreation department for practice space funding, because everyone, nation, state, county, city, everyone is having a hard time making ends meet, so we'll all have to come up with our own funding. The Symphony isn't dependent on Parks and Rec, so so far so good there, and the quintet is small and practices in members houses. But the big band and the community band are too large not to need a space. The big band just came under the wing of the community band so donations can be tax deductible, but one of us had to be on the Band Board of Directors, so I'm it. I try not to disrupt the meetings too much. That is harder than it sounds.
Himself has retired from fixing county vehicles and equipment, and started a motorcycle repair business, and to help with that, I'm taking a class at the local community college in Quick Books. I'm am quite the slowest thinking person there. Good thing I'm not competitive. One of Himself's friends recommended the class, and he is taking it, too, so when I see him outside of school we can talk about it and discuss problems. Great class, and great teacher. I enjoy helping in the shop and picking up parts, too. All I have to do is sign, and they have everything ready for me. Fun!
Just last weekend his old motorcycle club had a ride and show, and I got to help put exhibitor ribbons on all the bikes and take pictures. Himself was so busy talking to people he didn't get to see all the motorcycles there. I didn't get to see all the interesting bikes in the parking lot, but I saw everything that was entered. The Norton above was a recent customer, and though he didn't win a trophy, he got a ribbon at the show, and he went on the ride. Below is the town where we stopped.