MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Sunday, April 16th

Yesterday was just a fun day but quite tiring. This morning, I have energy, but it feels like a tug-of-war with the impending rain to move through as my system battles the aches and sluggish movement.

I did manage a ninety-minute nap Saturday afternoon and that took the edge off for a bit. Laura and I had a nice dinner at Archers Tavern in Kettering and then went to Fairmont High School’s production of LEGALLY BLONDE.

This week has a bit less on the agenda but will still be on the heavy side. This week’s weather appears to be on a trampoline, bouncing up and down, adding a few flips as it moves along. Next weekend is expected to have highs in the mid-50s but will be in the low 80s by Monday.

My good friend, Jeff Carter, is in New York City and has been able to see CAMELOT and PARADE. I am a bit envious as those are two shows I would love to see, and I am rarely eager to see shows as I once was. I am hearing mixed things about CAMELOT but I am hopeful for its success.

On this day in history in 1865, many Easter sermons were exchanged for messages to praise Abraham Lincoln who had died the previous morning as the result of an assassination.

Just as it is time to plunge into my day, I am feeling physical withdrawal as sleep wishes to take over. Once I get through this day, I am hopeful to have a small break tomorrow to restore my energy with sleep.

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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