MY DAY: Whoa!

I don’t know if I had a hell of a day or if the day was pure hell. Normally, I float with whatever happens. I still floated but struggled.

My heart rate bounced from 105-123 all afternoon. I asked a staff member if there was a blood pressure monitor I could use but there was none to be found. I felt miserable with signs of allergies or a cold in the works. I did take some OTC meds for sinus and drank two cups of heavily caffeinated coffee. Perhaps that’s why I’ve been having a spike.

Then, I picked up the No 18 outside the park and got off at Franklin & Main streets in downtown Dayton to pick up No. 14. No. 14 never came. I don’t know why the application indicated it would, but right now I’m on the No. 17 bus at 6:47 PM and should be home by 7:05 PM. For me, it was no big deal but I have four senior pooches at home that are used to eating by 4:00 PM.

I’m hoping I can turn the evening around upon my arrival at The Haasienda so I can accomplish a few more things this evening.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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