MIAGD: Make it a great day
After sleeping in until 8:30 AM, it seems as though I just cannot get a complete grip on getting my Saturday started.
After the morning ritual of feeding the dogs, taking my medications, and retiring to the deck for breakfast, I spent 30 to 45 minutes hand writing a letter to Mother, and a short but good 15 minutes chatting with my neighbors, Kay, from next-door, and Bob, from behind me. It does feel I’ve had a good deal of socializing already for this day.
The temperature has already hit 80° (10:30 AM) and the humidity stands at 73%. Fortunately, it appears the humidity will greatly lower as the temperature greatly rises to 93° by mid day.
I’m running some errands, treating myself to a Mexican dinner at La Piñata, returning home to hopefully tackle some writing, and then working my way to the Dayton Convention Center to see a musical.
There were five Mary Lincoln daylilies hanging out in the front yard, this morning, and it appears today might be their last day to bloom as I see no other signs future blooms to appear. Ironically, my Mary Lincoln daylilies always seem to make their final appearance near, or on the anniversary of her July 16 (1882) death.
The resident male cardinal has been in full voice this morning. His, as are the voices of the twin mourning doves, is always a most welcome sound.
It’s hot. It’s humid. I still intend on making it a great day!
The singing cardinal is performing in the tree near the deck.