Saturday; Phantom Day!

I hate Russian dolls, they’re so full of themselves.

A busy day is ahead but what is new? We had our morning champagne and then I did some chores around the house before getting ready to head east to Seasons 52 for lunch and then on to Segerstrom Center to see Phantom Of The Opera.

Seasons 52 was normal…excellent food and service! I, of course, did the rainbow trout and Sue tried the gnocci. We shared a four mushroom flat bread and dumb me ordered another corn half-flat bread.

The veggie gnocchi was also excellent
The trout was fantastic!!

Remember it is someone’s birthday month so Sue got her dessert on the house.

Happy Birthday To You!!!

We waddled over to the theater, using the Silver Ghost, and plopped our overstuffed tummies into front-row center seats (front row is row G because we don’t want to move our heads back and forth during the presentation). Excellent performance and the live 30 piece orchestra added to the drama!

After the performance we headed home to freshen up and then did a round trip tot he Santa Ana Elks where we dined and danced until about 9:30 PM. Being with our friends was perfect…we had four tables (meaning 32 of us) plus we got to sit with Donna and Bob making the evening just short of a riot!

Dancing the night away

This was the first “dinner dance” of the season and the Elks did good!

Sue did not eat but I did and the beef was outstanding!

We chacha’ed, rhuma’ed, and waltzed all evening long…great time. Good practice for tomorrow because after the OC Fair we are going to go to Old Ranch for another dinner dance!

Homeward bound the Silver Ghost kicked up her heals, moved the warp-speed, and we were home in 18 minutes flat! We watched some TV and did tookies…tonight I turned on the timer and did NOT burn them!

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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