This morning’s Zoom chat with Josh was festive with birthday joy but down to our usual business of chatting about history, politics, and dogs.
It’s about 35 degrees and Chief is still lingering on the deck in his sphinx pose, watching over his backyard domain.
Last night was another terrific night of lessons and I’m certain tonight’s lineup will be no different than the previous two teaching days.
Yesterday, I picked up my library book, Allan W. Eckert’s A TIME OF TERROR: THE GREAT DAYTON FLOOD before heading over to Grieve Hardware for batteries where I got to see my long time friend, Bob Koogler. When I first moved to Dayton in 1990, Bob’s wife, Sarah, was the first person I met. Six years later I was working with Bob and Sarah on a number of music productions and choirs at Normandy United Methodist Church. It was so good to see Bob. After that brief meetings, I went over to St. Albert The Great to meet Mama Kay and Father David and left for a lunch at Subway.
This morning I’ll putter away at some household items, start my new book for research, and then join Mama Kay and the Tuesday gals for Taco Tuesday.
And, now, I am off to make it a great day.