MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: A chilly Saturday morning

In the past fifty minutes, since I came out to the deck, the temperature has raised itself four degrees! It has gone from 54 degrees to 58 degrees. I am actually wearing a long-sleeve T-shirt. The forecast only promises a lift in 21 more degrees, setting it at a high of 79 for the day. The week ahead seems to hang in the balance of upper 70s and low 80s.

Last night, Laura and I went to Springboro’s North Park. After setting up our lawn seating for the 7:30 PM curtain of OLIVER!, we picnicked at the shelter. What a delightful, relaxing evening. There were several folks I knew in the cast but I knew everyone but the clarinetist in the orchestra. The evening brought some chillier weather and I am glad I brought along the long-sleeve T-shirt I am now wearing.

I have an afternoon stroll through the park, today, and then on with my six-day vacation from teaching and the park. I am still sorting through my plans for the week. Since the temperatures will be mild, and not scorching for mid-August, I intend to spend a good deal of time on the deck to write. My fingers are crossed!

There is little else to report this morning and I am going to relax with some reading material before getting ready for my afternoon in the park.

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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