Monthly Archives: July 2018

MIAGD: The sounds, colors, and fun were soaring…

MIAGD: Make it a great day Monday evening was spent in the company of three dear friends and several thousand spectators watching amazing youth from all across the United States, and even The Netherlands, treating us to some of the … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Monday… just Monday

MIAGD: Make it a great day It’s a beautiful Monday morning on the deck at 7:15 AM with some sprinkles still remaining from the rain throughout the night. It’s a busy teaching day with two new students taking some already … Continue reading

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OF INTEREST: The Pinnacle

I’ve always loved this spot which is the crown of woodland cemetery overlooking the city of Dayton below. I first discovered this lovely location in 1991, almost one year after moving to Dayton. A number of times, I would go … Continue reading

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MIAGD: Sitting on Erma’s rock

MIAGD: Make it a great day It’s July 29, a beautiful Sunday morning, but also a bittersweet day as I remember my dear little pal, Flyer, who passed away five years ago this morning. With only 19 minutes to spare, … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Ending the day at Riverscape

I spent a total of seven hours working on the deck, and I am exhilarated with all my progress. I fed the dogs, quickly showered and dressed, caught bus 17 downtown, ate dinner, caught a production of JESUS CHRIST, SUPERSTAR, … Continue reading

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MIAGD: A low-key Saturday

MIAGD: Make it a great day I am calling this Saturday, “low key,” and I am already taking bets with myself as to how long this title will last. On my schedule for today: Some strategic planning prep work for … Continue reading

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OF INTEREST: We don’t meet by accident

I found this article to be of deep interest. I’ve always believed each of us have reasons for moving, staying, leaving the lives of others. I don’t necessarily like the word, “cosmic,”‘to describe items connected with myself, but prefer “spiritual … Continue reading

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