It was a perfect Friday and I don’t think I could have made it any better.
Thursday night I had dinner with my dear friend, Mark Monroe, and took the wrong bus home resulting in 3,000 steps. Perfect.
Friday morning I saw the beautiful blue sky and with the promise of unseasonal temperatures, grabbed my camera and headed to Woodland Cemetery via a quick pass through The University of Dayton campus.
I met a young college student and her equally lovely mother only to discover they lived around the corner. Oh, the small world.
A late lunch at Burger King, Bus 17 back home, and time with three very happy dogs. Even Neko and Clyde get caught up in the coma I e celebration that they forget they are cats.
I wrote, napped, cleaned a bit, replaced the toilet seat, mopped the bathroom and living room, started load of dishes, and made a dish posted on Red Gold’s recipe page. Red Gold is headquartered in my hometown, Elwood, Indiana.
I’m loving the step count from the past two days.
Yes. The perfect day.