MIAGD: Make it a great day
The morning is light, bright, and breezy with a southernly wind waving its hand to create a comforting start to the day as I complete some items before teaching from 2:00 – 9:15 PM.
Last night, I was craving vegetables.
I split two cucumbers into quarters, spooned out the seeds, filled the boats with all sorts of tasty items and spices before placing them in the broiler for 15 minutes.
Later in the evening, I took a tomato that mysteriously made its way into my Instacart delivery and sliced it into tiny plates, adding spices, bits of ham, and cottage cheese.
I’ve never really been fond of tomatoes, and when you’re born in Elwood, Indiana, once known as the tomato capital of the world, one can be labeled an oddity.
The side meal was quite nice.
This morning’s 7:30 AM Bos-Kett-Lon (we’re still trying to figure out a name for our weekly gathering) Zoom gathering carried on well past its usual 8:15 AM ending time and the dogs finally were fed at 9:00 AM.
The wind chimes are are constantly clanging with cicadas providing a monotone bass line to the loudly belching cardinal and cooing mourning doves. I miss the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra concerts at the Schuster Center, but nature’s symphony is the best.
Make it a great day!