MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday morning on the deck

It’s a cool 72 degrees with a nice breeze staying off the humidity which is not all that bad. Things are chirping, buzzing, singing, swishing, humming, and burrring all around The Haasienda. I love these early morning symphonies. Several neighbors took the opportunity to mow by 7:00 AM and I do not blame them for wanting to be a step ahead of the heat which is to hang just below 90 degrees later today.

Yesterday afternoon, Mama Kay, Sue Winterstein, Ann Jackson, Anna Sacksteder, and I went to see MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS at The Neon movies. Go see it! It’s a delightfully inspiring romp with a fine balance of humor and drama. I will be seeing it again, with Laura, and I know she will enjoy it as much as we did.

After the movie, which ended promptly at 5:00 PM, we ate at Old Bag of Nails which is located in Cross Pointe Center, the mix of OH 725, OH 48 | Far Hills & Main Street, and access to I 675. I always love my ordered meals and the service is always good.

There is absolutely nothing on my schedule for this day. Finally, after two weeks, I have some gut relief and am feeling closer to my former self than I was a week ago. I have the itch to go do something, make an adventure, but I’ve nothing swirling about my brain at the moment. However, my DNA instilled a strong sense of spontaneity and I am bettering I may take flight within the next hour or so. I need to mow the yard as the healthy rain from Sunday and Monday has given it a ragged look. But, I do not wish to mow, today.

Last evening, I finished listening to David McCullough’s TRUMAN. It was 54 hours of listening which I always do while working, seldom just listening for pleasure. While I felt it was a very good book, it wasn’t, at least for me, a great listen. It seemed to lack a spark of “something.” But, that could have just been me since I listened to it while I was in a puny state. I do recommend it.

For now, I will continue researching Col. Edward Deeds and the inception of Dayton Engineering Laboratories Company, legendarily known as DELCO. And, today is the anniversary of DELCO’s incorporation in 1909!

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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