MY DAY: Tuesday is a wrap

It’s moving in on 1:30 AM, and I’m still wired from a very long day. 

My deck time was diminished due to the first round of appointments for Griff.  We had a brief retreat at home before venturing out for more appointments, visiting the pharmacy, and a very late lunch.

Due to a scheduling conflict my last lesson was over by 8:30PM, and Griff and I enjoyed an animated chat with a student and her mother.  What fun!

I closed the day on the deck.  Before long I heard the gentle tapping of rain drops hitting the tent.  This turned into another steady rain.  Everything just feels damp. 

Still no word on the adoption’s interstate compact.  Government, red tape, and lack of communication… sigh…

About Wright Flyer Guy

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