People were nice. I stopped at Suncreek Park and walked. Then I went to Suncreek United Methodist Church for the Sunday service. A choir of children sang "Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho". The sermon addressed the wisdom in avoiding arrogance and self-righteousness. The associate minister Reverend Milton asked me to remind him of my name. I was pleased to be almost remembered, as we do not belong to that church.
I drove to Market Street supermarket for lunch. I ordered pot roast, turnip greens, a medley of squash and broccoli and a dinner roll for lunch, and ate my lunch in the little seating area. I drove to Bethany Lakes Park, where I walked a bit. I also went to Green Park, where a flurry of Eastern Bluebirds flitted in the little park. I drove home and watched sports on television and ran a load of laundry.
I played with FMS Logo, drawing very little of use. I played the casual on-line game "I Saw Her Standing There", which was a game new to me. I drew a game of chess against the Pychess chess engine. At five p.m., I took Beatrice for a walk in the very pleasant weather. I took a picture of no particular note of a Northern Mockingbird. For dinner, I made sandwiches using wheat rolls and chicken luncheon meat. I went to Archive.org, and played a few rounds of the vintage dungeon game Telengard. I also tried another vintage game called Indy Racer,but I kept having a flat tire (perhaps through grazing walls with racing tires at high speed).
Now we are watching "Madam Secretary" and enjoying our evening.