MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Saturday morning

Finally, a full night’s sleep, and I am happy and energized.

I arrived home by 6:15 PM, Friday evening, fed and pottied the dogs, and finished the remainder of my Marion’s Pizza from Thursday evening. At 6:50 PM, I crawled into bed with Bailey and Harrigan snuggled by me and fell asleep. I woke around 10:30 PM, let the dogs out, and went right back to sleep.

Friday’s Guests were exciting, and I met so many folks from Nevada, New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, Maryland, Alabama, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and London, England. While there were four school groups visiting, most of the Dayton area school children had the day off while teachers remained at their schools to accomplish things for a work day.

One third-grade boy came in with his grandparents and he was wearing his special “investigation cap” because he was eager to investigate history. Later, a young girl came through and she was wearing her favorite clothing item – a pinafore that her great-grandmother wore in the 1930s. It was adorable and the little lady was so proud of her pinafore.

There is not much to report this cold morning. Fifty-eight is our expected high for today but tomorrow begins a more comfortable rise through all of next week when we bounce between the upper 60s and mid 70s.

And with that, I am off to 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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