MY DAY: Wednesday evening crawling through

I completely forgot to post a morning “Make It A Great Day” blog but I can assure you, I made it a great day.

I busied my morning in bed with my hospital bed table as my center of operation, completing odds and ends as the rain pelted the deck.

11:00 AM, Carol Chatfield arrived and off we went to First Watch for a delicious lunch and tons of heart-to-heart catching up.

Back at home by 2:00 PM, I continued with my to-do list, completing everything and a number of other items. I was saddened by the passing of actor Tony Dow of LEAVE IT TO BEAVER fame. He was a member of several Facebook groups to which I also belong and he was such a kind soul and encouraging spirit.

Before leaving The Haasienda via Bus 17 to downtown, I had a bowl of the fresh vegetable soup from which the veggies came from Nicole Melina’s garden. I was pretty proud of my accomplishment.

I arrived at The Neon movie theatre and settled in for the very heartwarming and cheerfully funny, MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON. Another winner in the line of great movies I’ve seen within a month. This summer has been filled with inspiring and delightful movies, THE DUKE, PHANTOM OF THE OPEN, MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS, and now, MARCEL. Except for MARCEL, I’ve seen the previous three movies twice. I’ve not enjoyed the movies this much since the summer of 2018 when I saw RBG and WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? keeping in mind 2019 was devoted to visiting Mother and pandemic quarantining the last two summers.

The bus terminal is quiet but will soon be bustling as the large roundup arrives in about five minutes. The weather is delightfully breezy and comfortable.

As you can see from some of the photos, the sky above and around Dayton was dramatic and gorgeous.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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