MIAGD: Make it a great day
This morning I ventured downtown for some Chinese buffet at Liu Garden with my friend, Bill Impson.
I decided to take in the beautiful day, the familiar warm, breezy late September weather, the Great Miami River, and all the lovely surroundings atop the levee at RiverScape.
The levee, built over one hundred years ago to protect the city from flooding, has become a celebrated gathering spot for festivals, concerts, and folks like me who simply want to step away from the daily sounds to invigorating, refreshing sounds only the water offers.
My teaching day has been altered due to homecoming festivities at one of the schools. I will start a little later in the afternoon and actually have a short day.
These last few days of the week are free, and I will begin birthday celebrations Saturday, awaiting the birthday clock to go off at 6:03 PM (the exact time of birth) on Monday, September 25, when Mother calls to officially welcome my 53rd trip around the sun, thus commencing my 54th year.
For the most part, it has been a good year. Despite natural life experiences, it has been a wonderful life.
Make it a great day!