MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Friday morning on the deck

“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” – Walt Disney

I’ve always loved this quote and although I don’t know if I’ve ever done the impossible, I have turned a lot of things around to them possible, and hopefully better than what I found them.

Walt Disney offered up some important, impactive quotes that often lift me. Mr. Disney is one of my great creative, inspiring, and encouraging heroes.

The morning is comfortable with 70-degree weather that intends to climb eighteen more degrees by afternoon. The breeze that now aids in completing the comfort is forecast to remain with us throughout the day. That’s fine by me.

I slept soundly and woke refreshed. Last night’s concert, getting to spend time with Felicia, and arriving home to research for several hours all combined to make it a smooth landing into bed.

As I look out over the backyard, I am glad I mowed, yesterday, allowing me a freer schedule today before going to see MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS this evening with Laura. I am tinkering with the notion of heading to Big Lots for a few things but if I do not go, the world will continue.

I’ve returned to listening to the audiobook, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS by James Taub. I halted my travel through the book at chapter nine so I could dive into McCullough’s TRUMAN. I’ve twenty hours remaining with JOHN QUINCY ADAMS and I am already considering moving to another book. I’ll give it another hour, perhaps.

It’s just after 8:30 AM and I want to get moving. It’s Friday and the London boys try to keep with their “No Wifi Friday” so I didn’t get a 7:15 AM – 7:45 AM Zoom visit. I will grab my second cup of coffee and dig into the world of Edward Deeds just after Dayton Engineering Laboratories Company was up and running. What an adventure that was!

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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