What a nice day we had. Tom Basham from San Diego met us at church this morning. He's one of Raf's rmmga (rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic) friends. Poor man had to sit through our annual parish meeting (Raf was elected delegate to the Diocesan Convention, and I was elected alternate; I was also elected to the Vestry).
After church (there was a finger-food dinner), we came back home, and Raf and Tom got out the guitars and played and sang while I typed up the minutes of the parish meeting.
Tom has wonderful memories of going to Possum Kingdom Lake with his grandfather and uncles when he was a child, so we drove out to PK so that he could see it again. It was a beautiful day, and we ate an early supper at Possum Hollow on the west side of the lake.
After supper Raf took a photo of Tom in front of the lake. We had a lovely drive home, the sky was blue and orange and the hills were misty, and then Tom headed back to Dallas where he is attending a convention.
Got back in time to watch The Royal Academy on PBS, about a 74-year-old artist who was fighting for acceptance by the Royal Academy of Art in England.