MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Tuesday, April 11th

I stepped out onto the deck at 4:30 AM after Erma sat staring at me for the longest time. Rarely do my seniors need to go out after their 11 PM potty break until after their breakfast. When Col. Deeds first arrived on February 3rd, Erma began taking advantage of going out for some of his wee-hour potty breaks. For the past several weeks, she’s needed an early morning break.

So, after the 4:30 AM awakening, I could not return to sleep, and I have a long day ahead of me.

The day promises to be quite nice with a high of 71 degrees by afternoon.

April’s list of historical events climbs to a feverish pitch of activity this week with Civil War moments, Lincoln’s assassination, and FDR’s passing. Today is a mild break with President Truman relieving General Douglas MacArthur of his command of the United Nations and US forces during the Korean War being one of the more significant historical moments.

And now, it is time to start my day as 7 AM approaches. The FabFive is already spread about my study, curled up and napping.

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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