Someone went into my shed and stole my limbo stick! How low can you go?
Colleen took off for a day full of baseball and soccer games while Mary and I worked in the shed! They look so innocent on the outside but open the door, and voila, they look like Fibber McGree’s closet!
Mary was looking for a few missing items, and she found them. The Tiffany Lamp Shade hid in one of the last eight boxes that she had not gone through! Mary was also able to get rid of a few boxes of stuff.
Meanwhile, I was in the He Shed doing the same thing, plus hanging up the light strings from the party and eliminating some items I have saved for years! We are making progress.
As we walked back and forth into the house, poor ol’ Scout wondered what was going on! We reminded him that we had moved everything we both had into boxes, and we are still opening them and getting surprised!
We worked until about 4:00 PM and then got cleaned up and headed for The Fish Grill in Irvine to meet up with the Zaitz, Viky, and Ed. These kind folks created a surprise for us; we got to go out to dinner and then to the Barclay Theather for a concert featuring Michael Feinstein. It was beautiful music and stories with each of the songs. Thank you, guys are a WONDERFUL evening.
I should mention that Vicky tried to sing. She ought to be arrested for loitering in front of an orchestra.
I reminded everyone that the closest thing to my singing the national anthem was the neighbor’s cat was being neutered.
We departed the theater at about 11:00 PM and headed to the parking lot.
We stopped and snapped a shot (sometimes called evidence) before the Zaitz drove us back to our car at the restaurant. Great company and beautiful friends!
We did decide that Bob was a Redneck because he has electronic singing fish in more than three rooms in his house.
I recalled an event early in my life. The first time I sang in the church choir; two hundred people changed their religion.
Colleen had crashed, but she and Robin left us with two cherry turnovers. We were afraid to try them, not knowing for sure if they were for us. Now that we know, we expect them to disappear soon!
What a wonderful day with family and friends!