Nuri-Jones here wanted to bet his hair that we’d hear from some potential board members in like three weeks or more. I laughed at him, said he was dumb and made the bet anyway. We have our business plan sorted out alongside a Lawyer and a few more meetings to help get us up as soon as possible. I’m just happy to see that something’s actually happening ya know?
Anywho; We now have a meeting/presentation to organise…
And Nathaniel now has until Monday to get rid of the mop 🙃
Across town, Asher was trying to prepare for the funeral, as well. He had his speech in his pocket, it had taken him days to write. He had tried to convey just how much his Father had meant to him, but now that the day was here, he wasn’t sure he could do it. He feared his voice would abandon him and he wouldn’t be able to speak a word and would dishonor his father’s memory.
But no, he couldn’t fail at this. He was the eldest son, this was his duty. He had to be strong for his mother and siblings, too. He just didn’t know how he was going to say goodbye to a man he loved so much and wasn’t ready to lose. It was too soon, he thought as he stared at his reflection in the mirror.
“Life is simple. Everything happens for you, not to you. Everything happens at exactly the right moment, neither too soon nor too late. You don’t have to like it… it’s just easier if you do.” — Byron Katie