I am up a bit after 7 a.m. to see the lunar eclipse,but either I am missing it or, more likely, those clouds are the reason I cannot see the moon. I found a website to tell me where to look for the moon. I like that there is a website for everything.
Last evening I stopped by One Eleven Ranch Park in Garland on my way home. This time I saw lots of Tufted Titmice, cavorting and singing. I will walk a bit this weekend and see what birds, flowers and other joyful things I see.
We ate dinner at San Miguel, our favorite Tex/Mex place. The food is not the spicy, fun food of the border, nor the "authentic" food of northern Mexico, but a somewhat
down-to-earth and yet real and really tasty muted blend of flavors. The service is always impeccable, and last night was no exception. I had chicken enchiladas with verde sauce.
This weekend I have modest goals--get some paperwork done, get some exercise, read a book, get some rest, go to an Easter sunrise service. Maybe I should record a new cloudcast. That might be fun.