When I arrived home, my wife and our two friends and I talked about this and that and things other than cabbages and kings.
I woke up at 3:30 a.m. and looked outside to see if I could see the end of the harvest moon eclipse. But all I saw a a full moon, which was not orange.
At 6:40, I drove the hour to Lake Ray Roberts State Park's Johnson Branch. I went on the Flying Feathered Friends bird walk with Ranger Danielle, and a fellow and his charming 7-year-old child. The walk lasted 90 minutes. It was great fun. we saw Ospreys migrating through, a Yellow Warbler, and the Inca Dove, who is usually a more western bird.
When I got back home, my wife and I headed to Elke's in Allen, where I had a cup of chicken tortilla Hatch chili soup, a turkey sandwich and a fruit cup (said cup being dominated by watermelon).
I drove down to my nephew's store in Plano, where my brother and I had a nice chat. I gave him the gift bagged scarf we had gotten for my sister-in-law's birthday during our trip to Tulsa. I gave my brother a Hot Wheels car--a Cadillac.
I walked in Bob Woodruff Park and then in Brockdale Park. My wife and I dined at the Mexican Restaurant San Miguel. I had two cheese enchiladas, salad and bean soup.
My wife fell asleep before we could watch our rented movie. I am watching sports and about to head to sleep myself.