Cold. Wet. Cloudy.
It’s not a very attractive day, but it is what it is and my job is to make my day more energetic and attractive.
In a while, I have a meeting at The Schuster Center of the Performing Arts, and then I may lunch at my favorite Chinese haunt that is downtown. I have some items to return to Meijer so I may accomplish that while I am out and about.
Tonight, Laura and I are planning on a fish fry dinner. Tomorrow, we will see RENT with Springboro Community Theatre, and then, I am back to my regular schedule of teaching on Sunday.
Col. Deeds has officially been a part of The Haasienda one full month. He is fun, fast to learn, entertaining and energetic, an affectionate snuggler, curious, and growing. Deeds’ legs are now getting that spindly-look and he can no longer walk right under Chief’s belly. His high, squeaky bark is maturing and more tolerable on the ear.
The game changer has been Harrigan who is always serious and not playful. While Harrigan is highly affectionate with me, she is not a companion to others. I figured Erma would be Deeds’ playmate but it is Harrigan who spends more time playing with him. Bailey remains distant and still snarls at him; and she probably always will. I am astonished, but so proud of Harry!
It’s time to get ready and make it a great day!