I'd like to plant some bulbs today, as it's relatively warm.
I'll be doing my ESL tutoring this evening.
Later: I planted lots and lots of heirloom varieties of spring-blooming bulbs, with some help from Dad.
I went to [borough] and filled out an application to work as a home health aide for a young woman in [semi-local town]. I'll see where that ends up going.
Later still: I got to the library at 6:45 p.m. It was definitely a day of getting nowhere fast for me. T.J. is from Ecuador, and says she doesn't like the cold weather. We're doing all right going through the book that M.S. suggested. T.J. showed me the book from the ESL course she took at a community college. After I took a quick look at the parts T.J. had trouble with, I told her that the book made things much more complicated than they needed to be, and that I would try to break some of the more complicated parts into simpler steps, with context.
I'm really glad to have finally gotten the bulbs planted. I was worried that they'd all died, but it seemed like most or all of them were alive. Some were sprouting, but I think they'll be all right. Dad said maybe he could put hardware cloth down to hopefully repel some of the rodents that like eating crocus and tulip bulbs.