Anyway, Ann came to see us and Tony and I had a blast seeing her and catching up with her latest news. Of course the time flew by for me, as we reminisced about the good ole days when we were young, lucky and carefree. And it seemed like we never quit laughing, because my back is still a little sore today. And just so you'll know—In my daily prayers, Ann is in the New Mexico region.
Last night, while I was watching reruns of Jonathan Winters, on the Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, on YouTube, Tony went outside to take pictures of the lunar eclipse. And when he came back inside he was all excited and he showed me some of his awesome shots of the full moon.
A little while later, Tony went back outside to photograph the moon turning red, so I paused the Tonight Show, grabbed my camera and went outside to join him in the fun. And needless to say Tony's pictures turned out incredibly great as usual and my pictures—were lacking in the awesome department.
This morning Tony and I went to Kerrville fairly early, so we could do some laundry, because we wanted to get back home, so we could finish his man-cave do-over.
While our clothes were in the washing machines—we were the next block over getting groceries and gas.
After our clothes began tumbling in the dryers—we drove down to the Louise Hays Park again, because last week we had so much fun there with Mari.
This time we had decided to go there, so I could walk from the Sidney Baker bridge to the Lemos Street bridge and back, while Tony stayed behind and captured more fabulous pictures with his camera. And here are two of the pictures that I took while strolling through the park, which is sad to say are not all that interesting.
My first picture is of a duck resting with a nearby squirrel hiding in the shadow. And the squirrel is directly to the left of the duck, but all you can really see of him is his tail. And I've titled it: Duck—Squirrel Tail! And yes, I know that it is lame, but what can I say, "It's boring?"