Huber Heights Library is part of Greater Dayton Metro library system and is my go to place for the summer — plus it is just across the street from Saint Peter and right down the strip mall from the Heights Cafe (three stops, one trip) — on any given weekday morning all three doth equally improve my spiritual, physical and mental zone. A nice way to begin a day, for sure.
- So — first stop is, of course Saint Peter for a 6:30 or 8:30 am mass for some spiritual nourishment. Then I trot over to the Heights Cafe for physical nourishment. A cup of coffee and perhaps a croissant. They serve their coffee in a massive coffee cup — I never need a refill, the cups that big!
When the library opens, and after I’ve finish sipping that huge cup of coffee down to the last drop, I walk the few steps from the cafe to the library — where I meander around and pick up a few books that interest me at the moment. They’ll let me take out 50 at a time! I never have but knowing I can check out as many is nice to know, especially nice for a writer doing research, trust me on this one :)
This is the most wonderful way to begin a summer day in Huber. Home means tending a huge garden, which is done on most mornings, or other chores (housework, canning, sewing, etc.) so the days I venture to daily mass, then the cafe and onto the library is — of all the days of the week — my most favorite days of the week.