Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

tomatillo and locked out

Beatrice and I took a leisurely walk at 7:20 a.m. She moves more slowly nowadays than in younger days. But she loves a walk.

At lunch I watched two American Kestrels in little Travis Farm Park.

After work, I walked on the Chisholm Trail near Custer Road and Spring Creek Road in Plano. I accidentally locked my keys in my Chevy. Fortunately, my wife brought the extra key, and all was well.

I loved all the ducklings foraging and the Snowy Egret wading.  A raptor flew from a nearby tree clutching prey, but I got an insufficient glimpse to ID raptor or prey.

We dined at the Mexican/Indian fusion place on Independence in Plano. I really enjoyed my meal.  We had a good waitress. The curious couple at the table next to us insisted on taking cell phone pictures posed with her. Apparently, they wanted to fix her up with their son on duty (perhaps military) in Arkansas.  She was a good sport, but I noticed she did not come back to the tables until that couple left.

Today was heat. Tonight rain may come. Tomorrow may be nice all day.

Breakfast: toasted wheat-fuls cereal and skim milk
Lunch: 3 soft chicken tacos
Dinner: 2 chicken enchiladas tomatillo and charro beans.

(cross-posted to DW because life is silly)

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