I still feel I am not hitting the mark each day. Perhaps it is the seasonal transition that is creating a shift, or the doggone sinus garbage that prefers to annoy me.
It is 9:38 AM and I just now finished breakfast. Our walk commenced at 8:15 AM – 90 minutes past the time we normally walk.
I have been making fruit smoothies all summer – banana, strawberries, blueberry yogurt, a diet citrus drink, and ice. Yesterday, I added juice from two small lemons. Nice touch. I am hoping the additional Vitamin C will aide in the battle of the sinuses.
The first four days of this week will be packed with teaching: 13 Monday, 16 Tuesday, 12 Wednesday, 15 Thursday; Sundays, I teach my 9 older students who are preparing for careers in music or music theatre. This is a full, full week.
Friday morning, we will fly out of Dayton’s Wright Brothers’ Airport, heading east toward Mill Run, Pennsylvania to visit Fallingwater. Some family friends are flying me in their private plane to visit one of the places I’ve always wanted to visit, and an item on my LIVE OUT LOUD list. Thus, five days early, I shall commence with two of forty-nine items to complete within the year: flying in a small plane, and visiting Fallingwater.
We will return home early to mid-afternoon (which blows my mind we will fly there and back within a few hours!), and I will attend Wright State University’s production, HARVEY.
Saturday morning, I will hit the road around 9:30 AM to spend the day with a dear friend. We plan to attend a local festival, lunch, and attend a matinee of playwright Brian Friel’s, DANCING AT LUGHNASA. I so wanted to see this production when the Human Race Theatre produced it here in Dayton in the mid-1990’s. So, I am eager for Saturday to arrive, too.
I have a ton of items to accomplish this week, and I am hoping I can rev up!