MY DAY: Home and under the covers

The train rides at The Park were cancelled tonight due to the rain and the entire Park is closed Friday. The Roundhouse Cafe still received a respectable number of Guests.

I got to spend the time with Sam, the former Oakwood High School graduate who is a finance major at Miami University. Between Guests we had some cool conversations. Amy Kress stopped by to chat; we’ve not seen one another for several months now that Sarah is driving herself to voice lessons.

A friend from The Park drove me home and it was nice getting home forty-five minutes earlier to have time to prep some soup for a late supper. I attended to some items before retreating to my bedroom where I crawled under the covers before The Sisters piled onto the bed before scooting under the covers.

I’ve not looked outside but have seen a number of photos on social media. Someone from Kettering posted they had lost their power about an hour ago but when I checked back to see the progress, the post was gone. I do hope those who serve us in the utilities and street maintenance are safe throughout this storm.

I’ve three days to my self, save the time I will spend Christmas with Laura, her children, Mama Kay, and John & Janice Moore, Laura’s dad and stepmother.

My first documentary is completed and I’m eager to begin the next one to which I will probably fall asleep.


About Wright Flyer Guy

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