It’s a very breezy, cool morning at 66 degrees and only eleven degrees to go to cap the day. I am writing from my bed where I suspect I will work most of the morning since the breeze is a bit strong. The hospital table I purchased in 1993 from a hotel liquidation store in Springboro has always come in handy as a workspace or holder of many bedside books.
The Quartet has been greatly affectionate the past few days and they certainly know how to love on me. They seem especially grateful to have students back in The Studio. There’s lots of excitement when greeting each student, followed by lots of sniffing and then finding their nap locations in the study as the lesson commences. This morning, only Chief is lounging on the deck while the three ladies are scattered about my bedroom.
I may mow the backyard, this morning. The front yard does not need it and probably will not until the week’s end. There were only three Mary Lincoln daylilies in the front yard but tons are waiting in the wings until time for their one-day-only performance.
There is very little to report this Monday morning and despite the relaxation, until teaching begins in the afternoon, I will still continue to make it a great day!