I met L.B. in the library early afternoon and we studied sign language. I read about what baseball was like 100 years ago.
We are going to the Reading Phillies game tonight.
I have a long novella to edit tomorrow.
Much later: Mom and Dad's church choir sang the Star-Spangled Banner at the Reading Phillies game. I was on my own for finding my seat, and walked back and forth a lot before learning that the seating was in the disabled section. Mom and Dad joined me after they sang. The choir did a good job. Mom kind of would have wanted to sit with the rest of the choir, but she couldn't have managed the stairs. The disabled section was on the ground level -- no stairs involved. It was nice, but there were really irritating children who came down from the deck above and raced back and forth and played tag and jumped around in the section. I asked them a few times to go back to their deck, but they didn't listen. I wanted Mom to use "Mom voice" on them, but she didn't.
The Reading Phillies won the game. It started raining a little in the eighth inning, and was raining harder by the ninth inning. We decided not to stay for the fireworks.
I called J. at 10:00 p.m. to wish him happy birthday two hours early.