Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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I woke up early this morning. I made it to work in good order, after watching House Sparrows and a Northern Cardinal feeding on shelled seeds on Scout's bench.

At lunch I walked in Bradfield Park, where Blue Jays, Mockingbirds and Great-Tailed Grackles frolicked.  After work, I went to the Salvation Army for the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program pro bono legal clinic. I liked the folks with whom I met.

The small press from which I had ordered an ebook that proved difficult to download gracious remedied the situation through putting the ebook on a transfer site. I read more of the ebook I am reading now.

Breakfast: toasted wheatfuls and skim milk
Lunch: grilled chicken breast and wing, roll and green beans
Dinner: broccoli, carrots, 2 slices pepperoni pizza, 1 slice cheese pizza

Today's news covered the poor young American man sentenced to hard labor in North Korea for a minor theft of a propaganda sign crime while visiting, who was returned to his parent only when ill-treatment put him in a brain-damaged coma.   I am watching the EPA chief testify to Congress, after submitting a budget request that amounts to a massive cut in this agency's budget.  His views fail to align with mine.

I like WASA crackers.

(cross-posted to DW because life is silly)
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