MIAGD: Make it a great day
This morning’s slight coolness mimicked a mid autumn morning and with September moving in within 48 hours, I’m reminded that my much loved deck time is coming to an end.
I was in bed long before midnight, last evening, slept through most of the night, yet I fought with my phone’s alarm until 9:00 AM. The weight of fatigue wrestled me so heavily that I excused myself from one of the great highlights of my week, chatting for 45-60 minutes with my son, his partner, Dave, and Dave’s parents; I do love my Sunday morning coffee chat between London, Boston, and Kettering.
The teaching week resumes this afternoon. Several students have been cast as leads and understudies in three different shows from Colorado to Kettering. Several are dealing with the performing arts cuts at Stivers High School, an arts magnet school; yet, their school flags shall fly over football and other fall sports.
The dogs make me laugh, bring me joy, tug on my heart, and give me more love than I can humanly absorb.
Make it a great day.