Finally, The Week Has Come To A Stop!

Never Thought Of It Before!  Why are there so many old people in Church? They’re cramming for the final

You guessed it, time to walk.  I made it all the way to Ralph’s and back and it was excellent…the weather seems to be cooling down.  On the way home, the telly rang and I picked it up (OK, touched the iPhone) and it was Brian…not from across the pond but on this side of the pond!

We had a small lunch and then got cleaned up so we could do some errands.  We jumped in the car and headed down Katella!

First stop, the shoe repair as my tennis shoes needed fixin’…the “open toe” or “flat tire” I had two days ago.

So happy to have them back home!

Then to the eye doctors…about two months ago Sue got new glasses and we forgot to pick them up.  She got light and dark glasses so she is ready to go.

Returning home we went to the jewelry store where Sue wanted to get some matching ear rings and a necklace cleaned…the silver “sparkled like a dime in a goats behind” (an old saying from aerospace days).

Did You Know? To say: “Shines like a diamond in a goat’s ass” is to provide high praise for something or someone. A harsh term, it is often used by men in the working trades. A star baseball player on a mediocre team could be said to “shine like a diamond in a goat’s ass.” Often, the phrase is used as a compliment for a really nice car or motorcycle. Ironically, it would not be appropriate to compliment a diamond ring or other jewelry with this phrase.

After reaching home, we watched some TV, I took a short nap, and then off to Garden Grove for dancing. We were tickled to see the Finch’s and they were happy to be here.

In person!

To prove we were her I tried the selfie…it’s obvious I need longer arms!

Just us…

We headed home about 10:00 PM and enjoyed a restful couple of episode of NCIS, some tookies and finally rest!

About Paul

Just an old retired guy trying to finish out my last years on this planet loving my best friend and wife, having fun, learning, and passing on helpful things to others.
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