MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Tuesday morning

It’s 53 degrees and shall only climb to a high of 77 degrees, today. I decided to stay inside for my coffee, bagel, and blogging. Even the pooches are inside and not on the deck in their usual spots.

I have felt sluggish the past two days, and when not teaching, spend most of the time in bed with books and documentaries. My lower gut has been aggravating me with tenderness and other difficulties. I am parking for the morning shift and will hurry home to nap before teaching. I had been forgetting to take my Vitamin B-12 for several days and I am hoping that might eliminate the fatigue. The weather, rain, or chillier temperatures, also affects the MS. So be it.

The students are cleaning up, this week, with their hard work and dedication. One student is playing Davy in NEWSIES! this week and opens Thursday in Colorado. Six others are preparing for THE MUSIC MAN at Epiphany Lutheran Church and it opens in about two weeks.

After today, the week is lighter and I am hoping to make it to Neon Movies to see PHANTOM OF THE OPEN which looks terribly funny.

I would also like to go off with my camera but I suspect I will lay low at The Haasienda and relax most of the week. The temperatures are to return to the 80s and that is perfect for deck time. Writing projects seem to have been on hold. While mentally and spiritually motivated, the body wanders off to do its own thing.

The Mary Lincoln daylilies numbered about seven this morning and others are waiting to push them out of the way for their one-day performance.

It’s time to prep for the day. Make it a great day!

PHOTOS: my Mary Lincoln day lilies; Mama Kay’s daisies and hydrangea; Harrigan relaxing on my pillows; Chief, Bailey, and Erma

About Wright Flyer Guy

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