Sunday, April 17, 2005...
How could so many people have
been doing yard=werk on the first
day of fishing? Astounding.
At the end of my Saturday shift,
ya couldna git anothre stick on.
Kay & Harry picked me up at the
yard and we travelled to a
national steak=house for dinner.
Cat & the kids joined us there.
I had the breaded shrimp with
minestrone for a start. And half
of Harry's key lime pie for afters.
Later--we watched Kay's video
travelog of the Tuscany vacance.
It was somewhat interesting.
Today, we got a late start and
walked to a local diner for one
o'clock lunch. I had the fettucine
alfredo con pollo. And iced tea.
Later, the three of us drove out
to see Cat at one of her model
homes...and Hane at her final
apartment. The stone is not laid
in yet. That is, the ground has
been somewhat saturated of
late---perhaps the rock will be
fitted onto her plot by Maisie's
birthday. Still it was a beautiful
day to visit the cemetery. The
earth was brown and crumbly.
Harry is an excellent chauffeur.
Alas~as always, the visit by the
Europeans was too short. Yet
amazingly, in just two days,
they got the grand tour...from
the local dives to the catholic
bone=yard, from Cat's model
house to the recently refurbished
Slack=Shack. Mirabile dictu!
Soak the beans & sew the jeans,
i have more mountains of werk
to accomplish on such gorgeous
days. But i am surrounded by aides
and confidantes, moreso now than
i could recently remember. To say
nothing of my good customers.
>Super=secret: If you wanna meet
a lot of lovely ladies, become a
fiduciary. Sure, most of them will be
married and all; but they are easy
on the eyes and usually have
beautiful penmanship! Zoit!
Save Arrested Development...
it's a great show & a humourous
pale reflection of my own fambly.
[fotoes~Happy Nearly Anniversary
2 Matt and Anne...what a Party!]