MY DAY: Thursday evening and starting to dry off

Until shortly after 8:00 PM, this Thursday evening, it has rained, sprinkled, or drizzled, non-stop since around 4:00 AM, Wednesday morning and this afternoon even offered some boomers as several thunderstorms moved through the area.

The front and backyards are a lush green as though Frank Baum visited with emerald colored glasses to show off a version of The Emerald City. While it is quite gorgeous, by Saturday morning, when most of it has dried out, it will be an absolute bear to mow.

Everything is damp. Inside, everything feels damp to the touch, even a bit sticky as it sometimes gets after a rain shower. Outside, everything is still dripping with water. The sound of tires swishing along a very wet Shroyer Road is a reminder that much is still wet.

I have accomplished precious little the pas several days. In fact, I barely budged from reading, watching documentaries, and snuggling with the dogs. And, that’s okay. I guess learning and loving is accomplishing, still.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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