MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Wednesday morning

The song, “Here Comes The Sun” is playing through my brain but with the word “rain” replacing the word, “sun.” The whitish-grey skies have placed a pall over The Miami Valley and the feel and smell of rain give more assurance as to what is to come. However, the breeze, swirling in from the south, is so comfortable and refreshing.

I hope to remain on the deck as long as there is no rain. The forecast for rain is not until around 3:00 PM, but I suspect it could be any time. The 74 degrees is wonderful and I am enjoying the duet offered by the resident cardinals, bellowing loud and clear. The one cardinal has been flying and landing near the deck for the past twenty minutes while a mourning dove has anchored itself on the wires near the deck’s southside.

The dogs are calm and moving about their morning, seeming both attentive and oblivious. I Zoomed with my London resident son while drinking coffee and we shared some good laughs, and the cardinals seemed to echo my laughter as they chimed in each time.

There was only one Mary Lincoln day lily out front and I could not determine if another was an actual blossom or one from yesterday that had not fully closed. I hate seeing them complete their tour, each summer, but what joy they provide when they are producing for two weeks.

There’s so little to report this morning. It is nearing 8:00 AM and I want to get moving on research. I have a new book focusing on the speeches of Charles Kettering which I’ve been eager to dive in to.

Make it a great day!

About Wright Flyer Guy

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