MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Saturday morning, July 23rd

A bit balmy at 69 degrees and a high of 90 degrees is expected. Since I will be inside all day, I do not mind but I feel for those who need to be out in the heat. Tomorrow is to be 91 degrees, and it won’t be until Monday that we finally begin seeing some relief as we move to the lower eighties and on down to the seventies later in the week.

Friday was productive but relaxing with tons of research, a quick trip to Big Lots on Miamisburg-Centerville Road, dinner at Subway, and MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS with Laura. There were so many subtle things I missed with MRS. HARRIS, when I saw it two days before. I do not fault myself for potential inattentiveness as much as I do the movie, itself, which will touch on something but does not define or even suggest. An example was when Mrs. Harris finds a piece of expensive jewelry at night in the street and is seen going into this large structure with a large set of steps. I figured it was her apartment building, which, by this point in the movie, we had not seen the exterior of her apartment building. Next, we see her inside her apartment. Later, we see the apartment’s exterior, clearly not the building we saw her previously enter at night, which by this time, I’d already dismissed or forgotten. It is still a wonderful film and highly recommended. I was just missing some subtle items throughout the movie for both viewings.

My lunch is prepped and ready to be packed and it is time for me to shower, dress, and get ready to leave on Bus 17.

Whatever you’ve got on your docket, be sure 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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