MIAGD: Make it a great day
The deck is so comfortable despite the humidity beginning to rise for a day with temperatures expected to be in the upper 80s.
The Quartet is lounging about the deck, hoping for some kind of action to prod their eager desire to take charge. Harrigan, as usual, sits tall and controlled at the top of the deck stairs, prepared to jump into action with the first sign of a pesky squirrel.
The marching band has kicked into energetic gear, giving the morning an additional beat. I assume the color guard is the component warming up to some cool recorded music.
The marching band competition season is dwindling each day as more bands make the painful decision to take a safe break. God bless them.
I’ve a full day of teaching, 9:45 AM – 10:15 PM. I’m really one hell of a lucky guy to have such hardworking students who bring something new to each lesson.
The cardinals and yellow finches are busy in the backyard and I hate to move to my study knowing they’re fluttering and singing, adding to the texture from the guard’s warmup music.
Make it a great day.
Photos of Erma.