In the late afternoon, I watched sports, walking around the little circle from our TV room to our dining room and back for exercise. In the early evening, I walked in Glendover Park.
On Monday morning, I woke and ate Trix cereal. I failed Sunday night to charge my cell phone, so I put it back on the charger. I stopped by Wal-Greens to pick up a thank you card I made. When I checked in the package, the card was missing. The attendant found the card in the back and solved the issue. I was glad I had checked my merchandise before I left the store. I was glad to find I had a leftover Batman stamp in my office. Everything is better with a Batman stamp.
I walked in Salmon Park in Sachse and then ate Church's chicken and fries. After work, I went to Weight Watchers. I was up 3.8 pounds, a bit more than usual--probably a mix of a huge Indian buffet and too many bananas. I did not worry much about it, as I find it's not useful to obsess week to week. I'll make adjustments and get back on track.
I walked on the Chisholm Trail and looked at more Monarch butterflies. As my wife was working late, I ate a turkey sandwich and baked chips from Subway. I settled in to watch once more the episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation called "The Inner Light"--my favorite episode of that series.I never tire of watching it.
I was pleased to read that in 1992, when it first aired, it won a Hugo Award.
The episode was first aired more than twice as many years as my visiting niece has been alive.