I took pictures of Lark Sparrows, Savannah Sparrows, and of a spirited Tufted Titmouse. I also saw two dark birds in a bare tree. They measured about European Starling size,perhaps a bit larger, but looked wrong to be starlings. I took their photo to see if I could sort them out later. When I reviewed the photos later, I realized the dark color was blue. They were migrating Blue Grosbeaks. They are a special treat for a few weeks each Spring. I was glad to see them. The Savannah Sparrows are in their last week or three in Texas before heading north.
I went to church at First United Methodist Church, where Reverend Maxie Moore spoke on the primacy of love over rules. She did a good job with the sermon.
At Weight Watchers, my strict tracking resulted in a substantial weight loss. I liked getting through the plateau, but I felt the loss was too many pounds. I will make sure to eat my points next time.
The songs for my new album needed to be re-exported at a different sampling rate. So I handled that in the afternoon. In the evening we watched Mr. Selfridge and an excellent episode of Call the Midwife.
I woke at 3:30 a.m. to get ready for my 6 a.m. plane. I flew to Austin, did my business, ate by-the-pound Chinese food at the airport, and flew home. I'm enjoying the fantasy novel I am reading.The rains came back tonight. I bought Beatrice a huge snack of food,and headed home. My wife made a grand chicken stir fry tonight.