MY DAY: Saturday evening on the deck

It’s been a bit muggy, today, and there are some swift back and forths between still damp air and abrupt cool Southern breezes to aide in some comfort.

Thursday, Friday, and today have been fairly idle with a few house chores, reading, researching, typical routine with the dogs, and my presidential podcasts. The evenings spent on the deck have been quite comfortable.

I came out to the deck for lunch and I thought there’d been a murder in my Adirondack chair! A bird, having eaten berries, had perfect target, and the top of the chair looked like an execution site.

The power-wash hose-handle and some cleaner cleaned the chair and other deck items and the leaf blower dried everything off.

There are some beautiful, white fluffies hanging in the southeastern sky while some grayer ones are moving eastwardly.

I need to think about supper at some point.

While I sit in my rocker, all four dogs lounge about me in a semicircle after playing with one another on the deck.

Enjoy your evening.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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