MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Karen Carpenter morning

Rainy days + Mondays = cue a Karen Carpenter oldie.

It’s raining. The room is dark, save the nightlight. Even before the rain, the room never lightened.

The Quartet pottied prior to the rain’s arrival as The Sisters and Erma will not brave the wet unless it is their only option. Chief, well, as long as he can hike a leg, he’ll brave any conditions.

Sleep was okay; a few stretches of leg and foot pain but more rest than usual.

The rain looks to be with us all week, a long stretch of no deck time that I do not appreciate. I do have a great wide umbrella but that’s always a worry should the wind pick up. I don’t need a Mary Poppins moment to see the neighborhood from up high. I’ll rely on a camera on a drone.

Here’s to a somber morning of working with a dark soggy world beyond my study’s windows.

Make it a great day!

About Wright Flyer Guy

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