MY DAY: Research, yard work, concert

Early Thursday, I convinced myself I would not mow the yard as I wanted to enjoy the breezes on the deck while researching. At 2:00 PM, I itched for something different to break up my day.

The weather was hot but not unbearable at its highest point in the afternoon. I did not regret my choice to mow at that hour and am glad the chore is behind me rather than ahead for the next few days. The front yard looks well tended and loved.

I fed the dogs, showered, dressed, and planned for the day’s big adventure, traveling downtown to see Puzzle of Light at The Levitt Pavilion. Puzzle of Light was paired with The Elements for this concert and it was the perfect way to settle this day.

Sometime in the afternoon, Felicia Dellis contacted me to see if I was planning on attending. I’m so glad I did. It was a perfect evening spending time with Felicia, her son, Micah, relaxing in the gorgeous weather, and enjoying the fantastic music.

While my day was not set with a firm degree of scheduling, the individual pieces moved together in terrific symmetry resulting in near perfection.

Tomorrow will hopefully be spent researching and moving ahead with some particular elements of my current project. However, spontaneity is my fun friend, as well as my agitating friend.

I’ve twenty-two minutes until Bus 17 South arrives. It’s quiet, rather peaceful with only a half dozen or so folks seated on benches along the block-long stretch of the terminal. I can’t believe I am not collecting whiffs of pot from the nearby corner that’s more like the intersection of Pot and Piss streets.

It’s been a damned good day. I couldn’t have scored this day’s improvisation any better.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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