MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: A chilly Tuesday morning

Last night I turned the electric heater on in my study while I taught and another one in my bedroom to take off some of the chill. I set the timer on for my bedroom heater as I knew it would not be long before Bailey and Harrigan would increase the warmth.

Yesterday was my “stumble day” to begin my morning.

The No. 17 bus delivered me to the downtown stop but as I stepped off that bus, No. 18 that takes me to The Park was already pulling away. Normally I have a 5-7 minute wait for No. 18. I walked over to the northwest corner for Main and Fourth to call Lyft.

At The Park, I found The Atrium station an absolute mess from having been moved for an event. The master electric strip had not been plugged in so I had to get down on the floor to unscrew the floor plate, etc. The ticket scanner was missing but fortunately a fellow associate delivered it to me after he found it in The Museum Store.

The rest of the morning and day was smooth sailing as I laughed off the earlier stumbles. It also helped having some Great Guests visiting The Park that brightened my day. We had visitors from Minnesota, Georgia, Alabama, Maryland, Kansas, Illinois (Kankakee), and a number of locals who claimed they’d lived in Dayton or the surrounding area all their lives but had never visited The Park. I love those folks!

I’m not at The Park, today, but teach from 4:00-11:30 PM. I’ll do Taco Tuesday with Mama Kay and The Ladies and might be able to grab a nap before the start of teaching.

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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