Sleepy type of day
Friday, August 10, 2012
Today is one of those days that you want to take a nap all day long. Wish that I did take a nap but I didn't. Not even this morning.
I got off to late start on my walks with the dog due to the windy weather we had about the time we usually go for a walk. It was after 7am before we went on the walk and the 2nd one about an hour later. I had to put a fleece hoodie on on the 2nd walk due the coolness in the air. It was about 60 degrees about 7am when I didn't have the hoodie on but on the 2nd walk I did. I'm surprised that I didn't get sick with a nasty cough or sore throat.
Well, I'm not taking deviled eggs to the family reunion on Sunday. I am taking homemade macaroni salad to it. I was going to make it tomorrow but ended up making it about 5 hours ago when I was home alone while my dad was out at the fairgronds on the east side of town mowing the ball diamond that is out there. I did that and played my flute. I did about 7 songs. 2 from a duet book (did Flute 1 part), played a piece of music I printed off of the internet (Amazing Grace), and 3 (almost 4) songs from a broadway show that I went to in 1994 towards the end of my freshman year of high school. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Donny Osmond. I got the songbook from the show. One of them my mom loved one of the songs from it because Michael Daiman did the show in NYC (Donny did the traveling one and I saw it in Chicago) and she fell in love with the song. That was called Close Every Door. I play that on flute.
Still working on plans to go to OH but still haven't heard from my brother who lives out there yet. I'm hoping soon that we can go ot there. My dad and I want to go back out the Air Force Museum and dad is hoping that he can use one of the electric scooters because last year he got tired from all that walking due to his new right knee. Plus I'm hoping that my brother that lives out there plus a guy that lives out there that dad was stationed with in Germany years ago can join us at the museum.