|My Veterans Park Baseball|
And then yesterday I started randomly sneezing. I attributed this to being out in the rain. And maybe chemicals enhancing my local air, courtesy of the recent Chesapeake Energy well hydraulic fracturing, aka fracking.
Prior to the bouts of sneezing I had been having a couple days of itchy burning watery eyes.
And then this morning I woke up with a headache. My head has been aching, my eyes watering and my nose sneezing all day long.
|Veterans Park Memorial With Coffins|
You can almost tell by the shadow of the waving flag that stands above the soldier who stands guard over the Veterans Park Memorial that is was windy today.
Does anyone, but me, think it a bit odd to have two coffins laying on the ground in front of bricks memorializing fallen Soldiers and Veterans, as part of the memorial?
I have never seen such a thing before, anywhere. Not that I've seen all that many of these type memorials.
I forgot to mention, soon upon arrival at Veterans Park I found a white ball laying on the ground. I picked it up and took it with me, throwing it in the air and catching it as I walked. I was feeling quite coordinated.
|Veterans Park Falls|
Part of the trail through the Veterans Park Xeriscape was covered by a rampaging Veterans Park Creek, roaring over Veterans Park Falls.
I like feeling the earth tremble from a big waterfall, and getting soaked from the mist.
Changing the subject from Veterans Park, and catching a ball, back to being sick.
The only place I have been in the past week, where I was in close quarters with a lot of potential virus carriers, has been Town Talk. And Wal-Mart. I could not find Paradise Center Camp Bowie Bingo on Friday, or I would have had to add bingo to the suspect list.
I am medicating myself, currently, with medicinal tea laced with lemon juice. I'm sure it will cure me by morning.