Monthly Archives: July 2016

MY DAY:  A nice Saturday

It was a productive, yet quiet, Saturday.  Griffy’s bedroom is finally 98% completed.  It looks comfortable.   The kitchen is also about 95% cleaned up.  I finally got around to arranging the deck.  My bedroom is fairly tidied, but not … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Failing at adoption

Friday evening, my newest adopted son, and one of my senior saxophone students, and I headed to a nearby high school to watch several of my students in the the marching band’s end of band camp parent show.  Upon entering, I … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Marching band & rain

Last night, Friday evening, we attempted to watch the Centerville high school marching dan’s end of band camp parent show.  Rained out.  We ventured on over to Beavercreek high school to watch their end of many band camp parent show at … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Coping with changes

MIAGD:  make it a great day Three years ago, my world went through some incredible changes.  I found my self an empty nester after my youngest son moved out.   The house was rearranged; I got the very large room … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Fun with the boys

At 11 AM earlier today, our neighbor boy, Gabriel, 15, showed up at the front door the follow through with his offer on helping us get G’s room in better shape. I must say, it truly reminded me of when … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Thursday morning…

I woke on the deck at 3:00 AM, and headed upstairs to my bedroom. I woke again at 8:15 AM, hearing the rain showers outside my window. The deck has been my solace for this morning, and I know the … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Personal sanctuaries

MIAGD: make it a great day The rain is taping on the tent, the mourning dove is cooing, Shroyer Road is busy with traffic, and the wind pushes the metallic tubes into one another.  The deck is my sanctuary.  Some … Continue reading

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