Robert (gurdonark) wrote,


Thursday I learned that the season finale of "The Orville" was a week ago. Thursday evening I worked on a ccMixter remix of artist Bluemillenium. Friday morning I drove to Camden, Arkansas, where I lived from age 15 and where I finished high school. I had a 2:30 meeting, and a call after the meeting. My sister's husband drove down from Oklahoma, and we went to Red Habanero for dinner and then got some practical things done.

Saturday the rain began. We worked in the rain. We moved some things from one place to another, in a couple of bursts. We took some things to the trash dump. A second trip to the dump was frustrated by the rain. In late afternoon I drove to Bluff City, a tiny town 20 miles away, to meet with a fellow about a boat. Then I drove back to Texas. I ate Church's chicken in New Boston. I stopped in Sulphur Springs, where I visited Coleman Park. I love walking in this huge park. I saw a Black-Bellied Whistling Duck, a Yellow Warbler and 19 other bird species.  I ate catfish from Chicken Express.

Sunday I listened to ccMixter remixes and reviewed them. I fell asleep in the early afternoon and slept until the late afternoon. I took Beatrice for a walk in Glendover Park.

Monday at Noon I walked in Breckinridge Park. I saw a Yellow Warbler. On Monday evening I walked in Oak Point Park. Hot air balloons were overhead. I saw my first Dickcissela of the year. We ate salmon.

I am trying to schedule a few things at once, and hope to succeed.

from Dreamwidth, because two posts of the same text are twice as nice

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