MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Wednesday’s wobbles

Cold outside with a dull sky is the only way to describe the morning. I returned to bed for another two hours of sleep, with the hopes of combatting the sinus pressure. The day looks sluggish, and I am feeling sluggish.

Last night, one of my students brought me a gift from his mom, Kim Lade, that she purchased for me while on a train excursion in Cuyahoga County. It’s the book, CANAL FEVER: THE OHIO & ERIE CANAL FROM WATERWAY TO CANALWAY, and it looks terrific. Thank you, Kim!

Tuesday was Taco Tuesday with Mama Kay and the Girls. Great food, tons of laughs, and time with dear friends.

It’s time to begin getting ready for my afternoon shift at The Park. With the lousy weather, I doubt we shall see many visitors, today, but I am usually proved wrong on attendance for days such as this.

Hopefully, my arrival at The Park will embrace a more positive attitude and kick me into a higher gear so I can 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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