MY DAY: Heading into Sunday

11:40 PM, on this 43-degrees Saturday evening, I’m sitting out on the deck while Erma lays on my foot and as the others explore he yard.

Twice I’ve checked the temperature because it is really comfortable, even with a tiny breeze composing a variety of unfamiliar melodies on the wind chimes. It’s a calming postlude to the end of my weekend.

Harrigan on the deck.

Most of my day was spent in sleeping and reading in bed after getting little sleep Friday night. The Quartet seemed to accept the decided schedule and The Sisters cuddled beside me. The few times I did move about the house was nothing of great importance.

Tomorrow, I’ll begin teaching four more days and Thursday will begin an eighteen day winter break with private lessons resuming January 4th and my online classes on January 19th. I’m happy both teaching chunks don’t both resume on the same day so I can ease into the new year.

The weather was comfortable enough to open windows throughout the bipolar day from grey rain-filled clouds to brilliant blue skies with quickly passing clouds. Quite nice.

Here’s to the start of another week.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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