When I was on the island, I realized I had a lot of appointments Thursday when I really wanted to leave the day open for Cori. So, I rescheduled and juggled and we had preliminary discussions. More to come tomorrow.
Erika was in, she bathed Schatzie who couldn’t be cuter, and did some shopping for me. Since I’ll be in town this weekend, I’ll be able to do a lot of my own shopping.
Made a lot of calls. Got tickets to The Cherry Orchard (Diane Lane is in the Roundabout production) and The Front Page, with more great Broadway stars than I can name. I’ll be seeing The Color Purple next week and Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn will be at Studio 54 and I’ll get to see it in a few weeks. Eddie doesn’t really care about musicals so I go to see those without him. Made dr.’s appointments, scan appointments, a mammogram appointment, and made some billing phone calls to clear up some paperwork.
It was really good to see Cori. She’s redone the whole site. Looks great. Of course I could pick at the type and tweak it but I don’t know what can be done in WordPress, I just know I have a type fetish!
Cori is going to get some help from Casey on the CSS aspect of the sight (like I really understand what CSS is), but one way or another, it had to get up. Google knows about the error messages that have been occurring and we could lose our very good standing. Cori won’t let that last.
More tomorrow. It’s late.
Adrienne Gruberg is a former family caregiver and founder of The Caregiver Space. After six years of caring for her late husband and mother-in-law she conceived of an online support space all caregivers could come to. Adrienne holds a BFA from Boston University. She founded AYA Creative in 1982, an award winning graphic design, marketing and advertising company. Her design training has helped shape the website and her personal and professional experience continues to inform and influence the caregiver centric support experience she has created at The Caregiver Space.