Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

distant migrants

When I awake, Beatrice is often nearby. Sometimes she nuzzles nearby and rolls about on her back. When I awoke, I made Oatfit instant oatmeal. At lunch, I walked in Heritage Park in Sachse. I saw migrating Scissor-Tailed Flycatchers and the park's resident Loggerhead Shrike. I ate Golden Chick Roast Chicken and a fruit cup for lunch. After work, I stopped by Brockdale Park, by Lake Lavon. In the distance,
a handful of migrating American Kestrels were on a bare set of branches. Common Buckeye Butterflies flew nearby. I arrived home from work. My wife arrived home from her gym class. We dined on cube steaks, potato and salad.

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