MY DAY: Home from The Park

It was non-stop serving our Guests who waited in long lines in The Roundhouse while waiting for their train rides, or right after so they could warm up with some hot chocolate or coffee from the very cold night air.

I could not have had the best teenagers! Nathan, from Oakwood High School, was with us from 4 PM – 7 PM. I had Sarah Kress, a marching band guard member from Centerville High School, and Dalton Gebele, the clarinet section leader from Fairmont High School’s marching band. What a dynamic duo who demonstrated excellent leadership skills and outstanding service to our Guests. I am both grateful and proud of their consistency!

Tomorrow is a full teaching day beginning at 3 PM. I may take breakfast in the morning but I am eager to hear what Joshua and Dave thought of LES MISERABLES at London’s Stephen Sondheim Theatre. I know Dave has seen the musical, but I doubt Josh has. I don’t think it is his type of musical theatre. We shall see.

Ahhhh…. I feel thrilled that I was on top of my game throughout the parade of faces. It was smooth and tiring, but it was much like the old days of working with band booster events. I love it!

PHOTOS: with Sarah and Dalton; The Park at night.

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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