MIAGD: Make it a great day
It’s Sunday, July 1st and today we’re in the throes of a major heatwave blanketing nearly 3/4 of the country.
The current temperature is 84-degrees (feels like 90-degrees) with the humidity at 79% and falling. The expected high for today is 94-degrees.
155 years ago, another wave of heat was just getting under way in the little village of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania when General Lee and The Army of the Northern Potomac moved northward into Pennsylvania. The battle would last three days with The Confederate forces pushed from the north. Gettysburg is considered to be the most decisive battle of The United States Civil War.
I teach from 1:00-7:30 PM; three of my fourteen students are away from the studio today, all camping! Griffith works from 2:00-10:00 PM so he will miss all the outdoor heat.
This evening I will see the Fred Rogers’ documentary, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?.” So excited to see this movie.
26 Mary Lincoln day lilies are bouncing in the breeze.
It’s hot but that’s no reason to not make it a great day!