After church, I went for two soft beef tacos as Casa Taco. Then I walked in Bethany Lakes Park. I like that this lake has lots of different species of ducks which winter here, and an abundance of Yellow-Rumped Warblers. I like that its cypress trees turn colors in the Autumn. I liked the Belted Kingfisher who flitted by, complaining like a fictional breakfast cereal bird on a tear for puffed wheat spiced with chocolate.
The weather turned warm in that hour after lunch. The overcast sky melted into blue. The temperature rose to 22.2 degrees Celsius. I love warmish December days. I took Beatrice for a walk in the park, which she enjoyed.
Later in the afternoon my wife and I drove to Plants and Planters to get a Christmas Tree. We like that place, over in Richardson, because they handle their plants well and give great customer service.
Soon we selected a Fraser fir, which a fellow put into a nice stand for us. We drove it home and set it up in a jiffy. We'll decorate it during this week.
I read up on sources for DRM-free ebooks. I wish more non-fiction came out in ePub format without DRM.
I walked in Green Park, where I liked looking at an enchanting House Finch.
We watched the local sports team lose a game on late night television and ate salad, as well as turkey sandwiches on sandwich slims.
Today I got up and had Corn Pops. At lunch, I drove to the Wylie Post Office. The Noon line was long, but moved quickly. I got postage for an overseas letter,and then retired to Church's chicken for a chicken breast, a chicken drumstick, 1/4 of a biscuit and a small fries.
Tonight we ate salad and burgers on sandwich slims and are watching "In the Good Old Summertime".