MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday morning

The predicted 47 degrees feels as though it is more in the low to mid-60s. It is wonderfully comfortable outside this morning. I had turned off the thermostat yesterday morning and by evening there was still no need to have it on. It got a bit warm during the night. I turned on the window fan which made for a more restful sleep.

I only have very minor soreness in my right leg and the gouge on my wrist looks worse than it feels. Only when I turn my wrist inward do I even feel a little twinge of “ouch” which is mild.

I spent Wednesday resting, and rest I did. The day was near perfection and the back door to the deck remained open for the pooches to enjoy coming and going. At 4:30 PM, I joined Mama Kay and our friend, Mary, for a Mexican dinner and we enjoyed a fun conversation throughout.

Back at home, I accomplished a few items such as watering the flowers in the front, prepping my lunches for the next three days, and tidying up the kitchen. By 8:30 PM, I was lounging in bed with four dogs close by. I fell asleep at some point, shortly thereafter, and woke around 10:30 PM. I let the dogs out and had no issue returning to sleep which I continued throughout the remainder of the night.

I am at The Park all day for the next three days. I am hoping to catch some of the newly arrived seasonal colors as it will only be there that I will enjoy these changes.

It’s time to shower, dress, pack my lunch, and meet No. 17.

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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