MY DAY: Tuesday was too good

One bump but it was still a day to feel good about.

My sinus infection is much improved but it’s still lingering in some areas.

This morning, I got ready and walked to CVS in Oakwood, fifteen minutes away, to use their Amazon return for a blue tooth portable typing keyboard. At CVS, they informed me the items had to be fully prepared for shipping and that I would have to take it to the UPS store which was another five to ten minutes of walking. I hauled myself down to the opposite end of the business district and got the keyboard returned.

I moved southward again to Grieve Hardware where they sell sodas for $1.29. I chatted with the fellows there and then crossed the street to Subway where I joined Mama Kay and The After-Mass Performers to celebrate Joyce Ann’s 60th birthday. Joyce is Mama Kay’s niece.

Mama Kay, Ann, and I drove over to Calvary Cemetery to see the mausoleum of Roger Glass, a friend of Mama Kay’s who passed away. Mr. Glass, the son of Marion’s Pizza founder, was the current owner of Marion’s Pizza and a wonderful asset to the community. Outside the mausoleum was a pizza floral arrangement.

Back at home, I took a nap before teaching began at 3:30 PM. Now, at 11:15 PM, I am finished teaching until Sunday afternoon.

I am seated on the deck listening to THE JEFFERSONS as I type, with all the accompanying night sounds as I enjoy the cool, comfortable evening upon me.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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