Tis a dreary day in the Miami Valley, but the sun is trying to fight its way through the clouds that have this constant look of “I’m going to rain on you any moment.”  Don Bennett commented earlier how green the grass looks – Yes!  It is that rich color of green that secures the new season, and beckons me to work in the yard.  Maybe this weekend.

Very little to do this weekend.  No musicals, audition preparations, etc..  I am hoping my camera will be in my hands, snapping away at the new Spring arrivals.

April is nearing its half-way mark.  I love the month of April.  It is my mother’s birthday, and holds a bevvy of historical moments: beginning and ending of the Civil War, start of the Revolutionary War, Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, Lincoln’s assassination and death, Franklin Roosevelt’s death, the Titanic’s disaster, Wilbur Wright’s birthday, and so many other items that interest me.

Soon it shall be May, and time to plant per my grandfather’s instructions: “Never plant anything in the ground until after Mother’s Day!

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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