It’s Monday. It’s almost the end of July. There are families trying to figure out what “end of summer break” means and what “starting school” looks like. There are candidates preparing for run-offs with little to no actual face time with voters. Some people are headed back to “traditional” work settings and some are settling into their home offices for the foreseeable future.
And yet, some things never change. Tomato sandwiches are still the cure to a hot afternoon in the yard. Good movies are still an escape on a sultry summer night. Summer reading lists are helpful navigators for the stacks of suggested reading material. The outdoors, be it the mountains or the ocean, have a particularly appealing call. And global pandemic or not, summer is still magical what with the sprinklers and popsicles and lightening bugs and whatnot.
And Morning Reads. Still here. Still happening in the mornings. Still full of mostly interesting information.