Monday, March 26, 2012
A Dizzy Sickly Headachy Walk Around The Green Grounds Around Fosdic Lake
I've been not feeling all that well ever since I got back to Texas.
I've had a lot of potential germ exposure lately.
Multiple restaurants, church, crowded airports and airplanes.
My favorite brother-in-law sick with an undiagnosed ailment.
Dozens of retired people.
It's a well known fact that exposure to retired people is putting yourself in harm's way, in the same manner as visiting a day care with dozens of sickly little kids.
I am now on my second day of having a headache. My vision is blurry. I'm a mess.
But, I did manage to drive to Oakland Lake Park to walk around Fosdic Lake for the first time in awhile.
As you can see, via the picture, Oakland Lake Park is being very green today.
One thing about North Texas, it is quite a bit greener than the Phoenix Valley of the Sun zone. Greener in the sense of greener vegetation, not greener in the sense of being more environmentally responsible.
I must muster the energy, soon, to opine about the issue of water use restrictions as practiced in a desert and as practiced here, where there is a lot more water, and it is not a desert.
But, right now, I am going to need to lie down for a bit and hope the feeling of being dizzy dissipates.