We’ve been having sunny days EVERY SINGLE DAY since my newest grandson was born on October 6th. And today is the 24th. For a time it seemed as though the weather was turning cold but some of today was in the low 70s to compliment the blue skies and soft clouds. Soon the weather will change, but as of now, I am determined to appreciate the loveliness we are living through. Soft balmy sunny days.
This afternoon Andy and I went out for lunch, and not wanting to wait or have anything elaborate, we decided to enjoy something from Chipotle’s, which we did sitting at outside tables. Then we drove over to my brother-in-law’s home to deliver the family wheelchair. He has just returned from having double knee replacements and seems to be doing very well. It has not been easy. He cannot tolerate the pain medication available and he is also eight-one years old, or will be next month.
After this we drove to a park in Akron city limits where my daughter and her family, including little Stephen Paul were meeting my nephew with his three little children. His oldest son is three months older than Nathan. He has a daughter who is just four and another daughter who is just one. It was so peaceful there in Hardesty Park. I’ve really only been there before for the huge Art in the Park events they have once a year. Today I had a chance to watch families with small children enjoying the playground and at a picnic table was a man practicing his bass fiddle. It was lovely, and reminded me of parks in Budapest, especially the one on Margit Sziget where I once listened to a talented saxophonist entertaining himself. Definitely a more urban feeling that the places I usually spend my time. All in all, a wonderful day!