Tag: American Red Cross
It started with a Men’s Breakfast at my church, Calvary Bible Church in Burbank. I’m on kitchen staff, so I got up at 4:20 am to be there at 6:00 am. We’re famous for our breakfast burritos and I’m the egg man. I scrambled over 150 eggs that morning. It […]Read More
Time to Check in on My Goals
Back on January 17th, I listed some goals I wanted to achieve in 2021. It’s about the end of the first quarter of the year, so let’s see how I’m doing: 2021 Goals Finish my second steampunk screenplay. This includes making changes based on the feedback from my critique group. […]Read More
Done and Doing Fine
Yesterday I made my 96th blood donation, completing twelve gallons. For all the time I’ve been married, Kris has gone with me to hold my hand. She’s there to distract me and keep me from getting faint. After all these times, I’m still such a coward. But with the pandemic, […]Read More
Maybe I’m not such a coward after all.
Yesterday I went for my regular blood-letting at my local American Red Cross center in Woodland Hills. Actually, I was three weeks late. I usually give every eight weeks, the minimum time you have to wait between whole blood donations. But now the ARC is only taking appointments, no walk-ins, […]Read More