MY DAY: A Fall Friday

It’s a mild, windy, and a sunny day in mid October. What makes it even nicer is that it’s Friday!

I am meeting a friend for coffee this morning, then I shall come home and walk the dogs for an hour before grabbing a quick nap.

Several of my Beavercreek high school students are in marching band, and I learned at the beginning of September that it was difficult for them to get home after school and then back in time to get ready for the football game. The school is situated in an area where it’s difficult to walk to and from some of the nearby eating places. I suggested that I pick them up and drive them to get some food, and then back to the high school. However, I ended up joining them for that first meal.

It’s now been over a month, and we’ve continued this Friday afternoon early – dinner. Several more students have joined our little troop. These gatherings have become one of the highlights of my week because they are always filled with so much fun and laughter.

Saturday will be here before I know it. I have a wedding at 5:30 PM in Hamilton, Ohio, and I will slip away to head over to Mason, Ohio to see one of my senior students march with Centerville high school in the Mason Marching Band Invitational. I cannot believe that both of these events are actually 15 miles apart. What luck!

I’m also hoping to grab my camera to scour some of the area where the trees are already changing.

Happy Friday, everyone!

Photos from my yard:




About Wright Flyer Guy

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