MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday morning

Yesterday, we barely got to 60 degrees and today we’re expected to make it to the mid-sixties. Right now, we’re balancing at 43 degrees. The ten-day forecast has us between the mid and upper sixties.

Yesterday afternoon, my friend, Chuck Johnson, made a surprise visit to The Park to visit a friend who was involved in a documentary filming in the future athletic exhibit, focusing on the first NFL game ever played. Chuck normally volunteers at The Park on Tuesday afternoons and it was a great treat to see him since I didn’t work Tuesday.

There’s really not much to report for this morning.

I have a full day at The Park. Yesterday’s shift was for the afternoon and I returned home by 6:15 PM to feed the dogs and myself. After working an hour or so at my study desk, I moved to the bedroom where I read and watched some television, trying to calm my restless legs and feet that are taking a beating with the temperature changes and dampness. 9:40 PM was the last time I remember seeing the actual time before falling asleep.

Last night’s sleep was restful and I woke several times hoping it was nearing the time my alarm would sound, but I was always far off. I woke at 12:30 AM thinking it might be close to 4:00 AM.

Several more birthday cards arrived, one being from my friend, Jeff Carter, a fellow dog dad from St. Louis.

It’s time to shower, dress, and pack my lunch so I can grab No. 17 to downtown without a repeat of Monday morning’s No. 18 bus leaving the downtown terminal earlier than scheduled.

Make it a great day!

PHOTO: birthday card sent by Jeff Carter.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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