What’s Up This Week – 4.26.24

And just like that, we’re about to say goodbye to April and hello to May! This spring has been a blur of projects and must-dos to get ready for summer. And the one chore I’ve put off the longest is painting. Everything needs a touch-up this year, both indoors and outdoors. I think it’s worth the effort because looking at fresh paint is so satisfying, but I’m not very fond of the process. So there’s my complaint in my life. And if that’s my biggest complaint, life is really good when I think about it. So that puts things in perspective. I don’t know how your spring projects are coming along, but the calendar says we still have another month. So, it gives us plenty of time to procrastinate!

This week, I am very excited to continue my Blue Zone journey with you when I talk about the Power 9 principle of purpose. Boy, is this a fun one! It’s potentially a life changer–at least it has been for me. Then we get to catch up on the latest Pay It Forward article by Lori Armstrong, two poems by our very own Kathleen Scavone, Mike Guarniero’s Music Guide, a bit of good news and finish up with some local history. This weekend, I get to put off my paint projects because I have branches to collect for a local wood chipping day. Lucky me! Have a great weekend, Lake County!

Trudy Wakefield

Trudy is the owner and editor for The Bloom. The Bloom's dedicated to showcasing all the good parts of life. If it's good news, you'll probably find it here.

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