MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday morning

Thursday morning delivered the lightest dusting of snow. The day promises to be cold and grey. Hopefully, in about six weeks we shall begin to see hints of spring and that will do my heart a wonder of good.

I cannot seem to make a dent in my personal emails. More and more arrive, and even as organized as I am, it’s still kicking my butt. I am taking my laptop and other items with me today to keep me busy while Mama Kay is in surgery. We will leave here at 9:30 AM for to arrive at her expected 10:30 AM check-in with surgery scheduled to follow two hours later.

Tonight, I have a ZoomFest with fellow Lincoln family historians and I cannot wait for that to begin. Tomorrow, Laura and I shall see RADIUM GIRLS at Centerville High School and I will return Saturday afternoon to see some students in the understudy performance.

And that is all I have to report. I am thinking I may swing in a nap or two this morning as I slept for a total of about four hours through the night.

Make it a great day!

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About Wright Flyer Guy

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