MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday , a semi-down day

A gentle rain has moved into The Valley this Thursday morning and I was fortunate to complete my task agenda for the deck.

I had been thinking about switching the location of the large area umbrella with the table and umbrella. Now, my table|umbrella is right outside my bedroom door and the area umbrella is nearer the steps with my chaise lounge set up beneath it. This new positioning will aide me with not needing extension cords strung across the deck.

My twelve-hour day away from home was exhausting but also invigorating. The Guest Experience Team meeting from 6:00-8:00 PM was super and when I returned home I was too hyped to relax or get to sleep.

I’ve a few more tasks to complete and I wish to do so before Noon so I can have the remainder of my day to explore my passion of researching and reading about things in several different topics.

Tomorrow is another “Me” day and I am thrilled! I’ve identified no set plans but I’m thinking a working lunch at one of my favorite haunts might end up as a plan. Saturday, I’ll stroll through the park during my four hour shift and then return Sunday for Dayton Heritage Day Festival.

Mama Kay’s roofers are completing the garage during the drizzle and I suspect they shall finish up this afternoon. They are quite entertaining and pleasant.

Here’s to a raimy day in The Miami Valley but there’s still a goal to make it a great day.

PHOTOS: Wisteria on the back deck; Edith and Edward Deeds, founders of Carillon Park, Dayton, Ohio.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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