My sinus pressure and headache alerted me there was rain in the area long before I saw the dark, heavy clouds to the south where some storms are currently passing through The Miami Valley. Cincinnati down to Lexington, Kentucky appears to be getting the worst of it.
Aside from the heavier than usual traffic on Shroyer Road, it’s an awfully quiet morning. Nature’s activities even seem to be sparse. But, the gentle breeze is so nice and there’s barely a hint of humidity despite there being over 80% of it. It’s quite nice.
Today, I will join Mama Kay and some of the After-Mass gals for Taco Tuesday before returning home to teach until late. Tomorrow, I get to spend some time with my friend, Carol Chatfield. Pre-pandemic, we saw one another regularly each week and I have missed those meetings, greatly, as our conversations covered an enormous breadth of topics.
Last week I received an email from Debbie McCutcheon inviting me to share one of their DCI Soaring Sound tickets for next week. I have missed attending Soaring Sounds since 2019 and this invitation recharged my batteries.
Yesterday, Nicole Melin, the mother of a recent former student of thirteen years, left a nice sack of green beans, zucchini, and tomatoes from her garden. Once I finish this blog post, I’ll prep the veggies for the slow cooker and a very late dinner. I am already looking forward to it.
Since beginning this blog at 7:50 AM, I’ve also attended to refilling my coffee cup, setting clothes in the dryer, and answering a few emails and texts. Now, it’s time to close so I can prep dinner and hit some research before Taco Tuesday commences.
Make it a great day!
PHOTOS: Chief was the only pooch invested in photos and I am shocked! He shies away from photos.