MIAGD: It’s Sunday

MIAGD: Make it a great day

Normally my Sundays are a bit on the quiet side as I prepare to start my teaching week in the early afternoon; however, today is far from it.

I spent last night downtown at Carillon Park|Dayton History’s “Dayton’s Old Case Files,” held at The Old Montgomery County Courthouse, and I so much fun. Kudos to this annual program that is usually off my radar but thanks to my students, Tommy Cole, and friend, Geoff Burkman, it got on my radar this year, and for the upcoming years.

I dined late at 419 Diner with a delicious chicken hoagy before heading home.

This Sunday morning I’m taking a few quiet moments to relax before cleaning the house (mostly sweeping), and prepping for three master classes.

I’m ready for today and intend on making it great.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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