MIAGD: Muggy Thursday

MIAGD: Make it a great day

Muggy… muggy… muggy and at 73F with 73% humidity, it doesn’t look to improve throughout the day.

We had some pop up thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon followed by long, steady, much needed showers.

It appeared to be an ordinary Thursday at the start but a surprise lunch invitation from a dear friend has already scored a bonus.

Afterwards, the goal is to accomplish much writing in the afternoon before attending a university concert.

My body seems to be settling into this heavy new schedule of Sunday through Wednesday with

  • 57 private students in these four days
  • two 90-minute classroom days of teaching music theory
  • teaching two long distance classes
  • participating in two FaceTime writing sessions
  • three hours of concentrated research each Tuesday morning
  • squeezing in household chores and laundry so I have three solid days of writing and exploring.
  • The first few weeks were physical hell on the body but the grinding adjustment seems to be waning. This Thursday morning was the first I’ve not felt completely drained.
  • It’s now 9:00 and I’ve tended to business emails, reference letters for several of my nine students going into musical theatre, and most importantly, time with my four fur balls who add tremendous amounts of joy to each day.
  • On with my day. Make it a great day!

    About Wright Flyer Guy

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