MY DAY: Nothing out of the ordinary

It’s moving in on 8:30 PM and this July Fourth was like most Sundays but with some additional items on my docket.

Saturday night, I kept busy in my study, reorganizing and accomplishing more than I expected.

My Sunday included mowing the backyard, sweeping the first floor, taking a nap, cleaning the kitchen, and watering my newly placed ground cover around the deck. I listened to about 45-minutes of HAMILTON, half watched some of 1776, and listened to several Monticello Naturalization Ceremony speeches.

Now, I am listening to the reading of The Declaration of Independence as narrated by several celebrities and Morgan Freeman.

I had five of twelve lessons due to the holiday and impending fireworks throughout The Miami Valley.

The deck was pleasant but the neighborhood fireworks were stressing Erma and Chief even got up, stiffly, and came to lean against me. So, we are back inside. I am typing from my bed and they are encircled around me perch.

Tomorrow is business as usual with teaching.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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