MY DAY: It’s a Sunday

It was a restless night, but a return to bed after feeding the dogs and my self-seemed to cut the edge of tiredness.

The sinus infection seems to have abated and my infrequent cough is productive.

The rain, which has caused horrible scenes of flooding throughout the Midwest, has ceased in this area, but it looks like the Southern portions of the country are now getting drenched.  My backyard looks like a map of Minnesota with all the lakes.

thumbnail1:00 PM begins the teaching day which ends by 10:00 PM with no breaks. As you can see, Clyde is already prepared to assist me. One foot away is the printer. If should kick on, he will be near enough to jump into action.

It’s been a successful week with extremely high results of musical theatre auditions, band/choir auditions with a high volume of top ensembles, seniors making it into nearly every college for which they auditioned, middle school honor bands and choirs with one saxophone student getting a featured piano solo, and success on show choir contests for both high school and middle school.

What a way to begin my teaching week!

About Wright Flyer Guy

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