MIAGD: Make it a great day
I’m sitting on the deck in unbelievable 63-degree weather, a cool breeze wizzing through the tubular chimes surrounding the deck, and watching the weighted darker clouds racing beneath the brighter clouds above them.
Last night, I led a group discussion on one of the earliest, most thorough biographies, “Mrs. Abraham Lincoln: A Study of Her Personality and Her Influence on Lincoln” by W. A. Evans. It was a great group and as with past Zoom gatherings, four of us remained until nearly 3:30 AM.
I woke at 8:30 AM to Imagine Dragons’ “I’m On Top Of The World,” fed the dogs, grabbed my coffee, and here I sit, absorbing the world around and beyond my deck. Rain is in the air.
I don’t return to teaching until Tuesday due to The Studio’s 5th week: I teach four (4) lessons per month. If there are five days (ie. 5 Sundays and Mondays), one of the five days is a non-teaching day. It’s a nice quick break and makes life easier on my studio manager so that monthly invoices never change.
Writing. More house purging. Dog time. Reading. Documentaries.
And, I’m already making it a great day while watching the clouds racing by.