MIAGD: Make it a great day
The “no parking” signs are popping up all around the neighborhood this past Thursday like dandelions each spring.
The Holiday At Home Festival is ready to begin, today.
The two day event includes a festival filled with food and collectibles/wares, a pancake breakfast, a mini-marathon, and a fantastic parade. I’m sure there are more events. Today and tomorrow, my neighborhood, which sits smack dab in the middle of the festivities, will be inundated with many visitors and lines of traffic.
Yesterday was busy with a number of items completed.
This Sunday morning finds me in my familiar spot on the deck enjoying my cereal, coffee, and four wonderful furry pals.
Today, I’ll lunch next door with my neighbor lady, Kay, and her family and friends I’ve come to know and love over these past 15 years of neighboring. Then, on to 9 hours of teaching.
Tomorrow morning, The Bane family, probably just Angela and Noah, will join me for our traditional trek to Far Hills Avenue for the parade. This is our 10th year of celebrating this event. Tony, and the two older children, Jacob, a senior at Fairmont, and Ellie, a junior, will be involved with their events.
And I need to be moving along with my day since kitchens do not clean themselves, the floors need vacuumed, vegetables cut and dip made, and some business items attended to.
Make it a great day.