Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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Noon today was filled with woodpeckers. The morning involved oatmeal. Late yesterday I got an unexpected email from a voice from the past. Tonight I gave free legal advice at the Garland Salvation Army.

I heard a radio interview with David Brooks, a political pundit with views often different than mine. He spoke about re-inventing concepts of character, humility and self-worth. I liked the things he had to say.

Tonight the radio announced a thunderstorm watch. I like the computer drawing programs Pinta and Inkscape. I am thinking about what non-practical things I will do on Saturday.
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