March 9 - Always on the Brink
General catch-up and 21st-Century Music work before the rest of the daylight hours (and they are mercifully increasing, of course) are given over the errands and such, first swinging by DVC then over the Cummings Skyway to
80 north and
37 west, making arrangements for standard vehicular maintenance in Novato,
then south to
Melissa's office to make an appointment,
winding up at Celia's for paper grading.
The return trip becomes an extraordinarilly
Old Saint Mary's and the
Point Reyes - Petaluma
past the western end of
eastern towards Chileno and environs,
down the slope into Sonoma, and thence to Napa and beyond.
Round up the usual suspicious musical subjects upon return, to wit:
pdf Merton Songs (31),
composition of Psalm 89 (7) and The Decameron (40)
editing Symphony No. 3 (251-260)
+ finish reading Volume 14 of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1980).
And a sixth "summer day" for the year thus far, with a high of 72 (71 in San Rafael).
Now at 91 MB (8.93%) of the 1024 MB -- with three weeks and two days room to spare...