My morning went by the form book:
a. forty minute walk in Allen Station Park;
b. forty minutes in Weight Watchers--there was more standing in line than usual because they were short-handed at check-in. I was up 2.2 pounds after last week being down 3.1 pounds. The person handling check-in explained she was watching her texts, as her mother was in Houston;
c. twenty minutes walking in Shawnee Park;
d a church service; and
e. a meeting after church about a resumption of The Way church service. This incarnation will feature seminary students speaking. I signed up to put away chairs after the service, a duty I consider uniquely suited to my theological gifts.
In the afternoon, when I was not watching people being rescued from floodwater on television, I went for a bicycle ride on the Watters Creek trail. Watters Creek was lightly flowing. I covered a bit more than five miles in a bit less than 90 minutes. I saw a great Red-Shouldered Hawk on a low-lying tree.
Now I am watching "Endeavor" on PBS.
breakfast: Kix cereal and skim milk, lunch: grilled chicken, greens, a roll and squash, dinner: grilled chicken breast, corn tortillas, pinto beans and broccoli
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