Oh by the way, folks,
Today we celebrate the birthday of Girolamo Frescobaldi, born in 1583. He was a musician and music composer. Sources disagree as to whether this was his birthday or his baptism day, or perhaps neither, but hey, we'll take any excuse to celebrate!
Yesterday church was the usual total bore that even God probably slept through. Father B preached the sermon in 9 minutes and 40 seconds.
Then in the afternoon there was a Southern Maryland Secular Humanist meeting. It was at the Lexington Park library, which was opening on Sunday afternoons for the first time, so they did a groovy little ribbon-cutting ceremony before they let us in.
So anyhow, the meeting went just fine, we yakked about community service projects and then watched a coupla videos.
One of the possible community service projects is Adopt-A-Highway for the section of Md Rt 5 south of Indian Bridge Road. The north end of this section is at the Brass Rail Bar And Grill, a hillbilly joint noted for the extreme fringe religion spastic beliefs of most of the regular customers. So when the sign gets put up that says a Secular Humanist group is adopting "their" highway, we're taking bets as to how soon it's gonna get defaced.
So anyhow, today looks like it's gonna be a great day to do a buncha outdoor stuff.
Signs of life