MY DAY: Second day…

Yesterday was a fantastic day of finally getting out of the house and exploring some seasonal concerts with my neighbor lady and her friend from Belgium.

10:00 AM we listened to an hour or more of the Carillon Brass from the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra.

11:30 AM we crossed Main Street to take a peek at the Rike’s window displays in the Schuster Center lobby. I often check them out a dozen times while they are out.

12:10 PM we walked a few blocks to Westminster Presbyterian Church for their Noontime Carol Sing. Lovely music from the bell choir, organist and a local high school choir. Afterward we browsed the store filled with gift items made from all around the world and then enjoyed a delicious lunch also shared by Westminster’s gracious folks.

By 2:30 PM I was napping with the dogs.

The remainder of the evening was spent reading, watching JEOPARDY on Netflix and several documentaries.

I woke this Saturday morning a bit fatigued. The abdominal pain, though greatly diminished, was gnawing ever so slightly that I remained in bed with books, documentaries, more JEOPARDY, and of course, my Paw Pals.

By 3:30 PM I was hankering for some goat meat soup at Taqueria Mexican and found myself showered and on the bus downtown where I ate a large bowl of soup. I hit the Neon theater for THE FAVORITE at 7:30 PM and at 10:10 PM am about a half mile from home.

The day has been dreary and terribly rainy. Not cheery at all. However, I made it cheery and hope to increase that bounty as I greet four dogs.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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