There must have been some rain showers throughout the night as the streets and walks were wet. I only woke between 4:30am and 5:30am, but don’t recall hearing any rain.
By 7:30am, the sun was shining, and the birds warbling merrily. I took Flyer out for a brief walk, tried to call my friend, Jeff, who was en route to Chicago on the train, and busied myself with all sorts of tasks this morning.
I researched a little on adoption issues, and then hurried in to take a quick nap before showering, and preparing to teach my first lesson.
I will teach until 6:00pm, then hurry up to ACTION for on-going training. That will finish up around 10:00pm.
There is absolutely nothing hectic on the family docket this weekend. Saturday shows no sign of rain – whereas earlier in the week it did – so we may finally reach Old River Park!
Today is the final day for seniors next door at Fairmont. I wrote my annual last-day note to some seniors. Jose’s digital design class is having a party with the seniors – a three hour party. He was all excited for the party and made several pans of brownies last night.
Other than that, there is so little to report. Just an ordinary day in the Miami Valley at the Haasienda on Shroyer!