We were up at the crack of dawn to get ready for my biometry sessions with Dr. Kline.
Dr. Kline is first-class; Mary had known him for twenty years and actually sold her practice to him when she retired. We scheduled the operation for April 26th. Forty minutes later, I will see as I used too many moons ago! Then the old eyes will return to 20-20, and night driving will be easier.
The Silver Fox pulled out at 8:45 am and headed to Newport via the side streets! We know the freeways too well to trust them to be open! We were the Jamboree Express this morning, and the telephone poles looked like picket fences as we flew toward the ocean.
Robin saved our bacon as she stayed behind and put carious dishes into the heating cycle according to the precise schedule set forth by Chef Mary.
Returning home, we made the final preparations while watching Finian’s Rainbow. The movie was from a kinder and gentler time, 19768.
Folks began to arrive about 5:00 pm; Irene was first, so we got to visit with her. Dinner was served at 6:00 pm; the corned beef was laid out and labeled so we could vote this year on which was the best one.
Diane brought a chocolate cake with green icing and two green ice cream types. I see visions of calories jumping over a white picket fence!
It was a delightful evening; everyone departed stuff! The inner you ask, #1 Crockpot and #2 BoileD!