Our usual route is to walk down the street to Glendover Park. Then we walk to the little park pond, and go around the pond. Saturday she decided to take a less regular route. We spent 40 minutes walking, but most of it was concentrated in the open spaces that sports team us for practice.
I liked when we came upon the elderly woman who was sitting on the sidewalk in her walker's seat, just enjoying the morning. Beatrice went up to her, sniffed a bit, and offered her head up to be petted. It was a gentle and yet not particularly touchy-feely moment.
I drove later Saturday to Bonham State Park, an hour away in Fannin County. I took a mildly off-path route to get there, starting on highway (or farm road) 5. I liked when I passed the little Christmas tree farm.
I like Bonham State Park because it features cross-timbers forest surrounding a small lake. I like the walk on its shady trail. I listed out the 10 birs I saw, of which the most colorful was a Painted Bunting.
I dined on fish at Chicken Express on my way home. In the afternoon, I created a new song for a ccMixter Secret Mixter event, using the good samples by mixter Onlymeith, who is from Spain. I used the Noiser software to mash things up and Audacity to finalize the mix.
I also used Sawcutter, a software synth, to create two new songs. I found this very relaxing.
Saturday evening we ate Mexican food at Holy Frijoles.
Sunday morning I walked on the Chisholm Trail, went to Weight Watchers, walked in Shawnee Park, and went to church.
I ate lunch at Taco Bell after a Wendy's had a long line of kids from a church camp bus. Sunday early afternoon
I walked in Glendover Park. Sunday late afternoon I rode my bicycle to Green Park and walked there.
Sunday evening we watched "agatha raisin" and "endeavor" on PBS. Also, this weekend I watched "tomorrowland", which I liked pretty well.
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