MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Getting started on a cold Thursday

Cold. It’s 36 degrees and our peak is to be 54 degrees. I am at The Park all day and I am hoping it doesn’t keep folks away. I am sure the eagle paparazzi will be there to document our resident bald eagles, Orv and Willa.

Last evening, after leaving work, No. 18 was slightly late and No. 17 and 14 were both running early! I was going to need to wait at the downtown terminal for over 40 minutes so I opted for a Lyft ride home. My Wednesday, 11:31 AM on No. 17 was 14 minutes (typical) late with the same late driver and I was forced to get off at a much earlier stop and barely made that No. 18 connection. Frustrating.

Tomorrow is my first free day off in a month with no lessons and no ventures to The Park. It is a day I am excited to have at my disposal. I haven’t any idea what I plan to do but it is my day to enjoy whatever I elect to do.

I am reading A TIME OF TERROR about the 1913 Dayton Flood. While it is billed as non-fiction, there is a good deal of created dialogue which makes it fictional. I dove into the book with eagerness but when I realized I was reading undocumented dialogue, I became a tad uninterested. Still, I believe I might be able to salvage some things from what is actually documented.

The school buses are pulling in so it’s nearing time to begin getting ready for The Park… and probably more ridiculous late bus issues.

It’s cold and gray but 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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