Six letters on the glass door at a closed business on Walnut street, around the corner from Callowhill coffee shop. On ESPN rookie and starting quarterback talk is reaching a predictive peak. Colin Cowherd brings up the 26/27/60 rule which states a quarterback who scores at least a 26 on the Wunderlich test, starts 27 times in college football and completed 60 per cent of passes has a better chance of success in the National Football League than players with fewer than three of those qualifications. I do not hear Tom Brady’s name in there and wonder where he falls. Football is not dainty. There were no herons, but two men fishing near Reber’s bridge when I went for a walk this morning, the third in a series of splendid days. It is a day for helpful people and travel. I purchased a 29 cent Sage post card stamp at the Reading post office.