Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth 28th annual convention. He is the delegate from St. Luke's.
This afternoon we went of a drive. We haven't been doing that a lot lately, but we are hoping to do more. First I wrote 2390 pages for nanowrimo. I am writing our sequel novel called Moon Shadows, (a Bill Routh novel by Raf and Sioux Seibert). Then we drove to Weatherford for Raf to take photos of a persimmon tree that we saw Friday night on Spring Street in Weatherford. The tree is glorious...the fruit bright orange!
Then we went back west on I-20 to exit on Highway 4 in Palo Pinto County. We went north through the area that is to be dammed...damn! It is so beautiful, and the state is taking it away because they were too, something, to dredge the lake when we had our drought. Anyway, between Lone Camp and Palo Pinto, driving up into the Pinto Hills Raf had seen a bright red sumac bush in from of the dark green junipers. He got some photos of that, too.
Then on home.