MIAGD: Make it a great day
The morning is overcast and cool at 70F, and the temperature isn’t expected to move much higher throughout the day.
Last night was one of the most beautiful nights with perfect temperatures for a late summer evening.
I spent Thursday evening on University of Dayton’s campus experiencing a new work combining newly composed music, visuals and technology with the poetry and love letters of Dayton’s esteemed writer, Paul Lawrence Dunbar. It was a very nice program. However, while the female soloist has an exquisite voice her excessively poor singing diction destroyed the telling of the story. I wish they would have projected the lyrics. Still, I appreciate the entire package.
I walked through the campus, marveling at the chapel tower illuminated at night. The students relaxingly sauntered through campus and the Brown Street eateries were calm with diners outside enjoying conversation or the big screens. I sat at the corner of Brown and Irving streets enjoying two scoops of raspberry frozen yogurt from Ben & Jerry’s.
A lovely evening.
My Friday writing schedule commences in 10 minutes and I’ve a number of things to attend to before digging into my chapters.
Tonight is Fairmont football.
In the meantime, make it a great day.