MY DAY: Father’s Day 2016

It was a nice quiet Father’s Day dotted with several backyard projects, lots of reading and documentaries, and my pups.  

The weekend was relaxing, and fulfilling. A few frustrations with the lawn mower, but other than that, it was a comfortable weekend.  

I thought I had to teach adoption classes, but I had misread my schedule.  However, I got to visit quite a while with the three Tarlano kids whom I’ve known since they were itty bitty.   Now, they are all teenagers, and such enjoyable peeps. 


Saturday, I visited Island Metro Park to check out the event a social worker friend was promoting.  I love the old band shell!


Due to camps, and events, I only had one Subday student, and she was accompanied by her mother, and grandmother, two very dear ladies, and much loved friends.  

The back fence is painted, some other items received attention, and it was all good. 

About Wright Flyer Guy

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