My whirlwind weekend spent with my eldest son, mostly in Cincinnati, was terrific and so enjoyable. He spent Sunday evening at a hotel near Cincinnati’s airport for his 11:00 AM departure to London, Monday morning. I miss him as the time we spend together is never enough.
Sunday and this morning have shown us some of May’s ability to spread chilly air but we have warmer temperatures approaching for this afternoon.
The iris are pretty much gone but my wisteria on the back deck is gorgeous.
The roofers arrived at Mama Kay’s around 7:30 AM and I am surprised The Quartet is taking it all in stride as they’re disturbed by the intruders.
I have been mesmerized by the biographies of Charles Kettering and Edward Deeds. I cannot absorb enough information on these two legendary Daytonians. I am reading both biographies of these men but it is slow-going as I am taking thorough notes.
It is that time of year when I am bidding farewell to my seniors. Yesterday, I had four senior guys for their final lesson with me. These guys have been with me for three years, three and one-half years, nine years, and thirteen years. That is a lot of time spent with each, especially Ian who has been with me the longest.
It is time to pack up and move across the street to the bus stop.
Wherever your Monday takes you, be sure to make it a great day!