On The Roof And Dinner (Page Four)
After golf, silent movies, and shopping we all got dressed for dinner. Cavorting began immediately.
Neal cleans up real well!!
Did You Know? - Black tie is a dress code for formal evening events, and is worn to many types of social functions. For a man, the major component is a jacket, known as a dinner jacket (Britain and the Commonwealth) or tuxedo (mainly U.S.), which is usually black but is also seen in midnight blue. A woman's corresponding evening dress ranges from a conservative cocktail dress to the long evening gown, determined by current fashion, local custom, and the occasion's time.
Black tie dates from 1860, when Henry Poole & Co. (Savile Row's founders) created a short smoking jacket for the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of the United Kingdom) to wear to informal dinner parties as an alternative to white tie, the standard formal dress. At that time, lounge suits were starting to be worn in the country, and the new dress code was an evening lounge suit intended for use in a relaxed atmosphere out of town.
Linda was dressed to kill! Love that hat!
Did You Know? - Bonnets are a variety of headgear for both sexes, which have in common only the absence of a significant brim. Bonnet derives from the same word in French, where it originally indicated a type of material. In the twenty-first century, only a few kinds of headgear are still referred to as bonnets, most commonly those worn by babies and Scottish soldiers.
Neal looked so good Donna had to shield her eyes!
Did You Know? - Sunglasses or sun glasses are a form of protective eyewear designed primarily to prevent bright sunlight and high-energy visible light from damaging or discomforting the eyes. They can sometimes also function as a visual aid, as variously termed spectacles or glasses exist which feature lenses that are colored, polarized or darkened. In the early 20th century they were also known as sun cheaters (cheaters being an American slang term for glasses).
View from our private veranda
"Hello big boy!"
Did You Know? - Nita is of Spanish origin, and means God is gracious; also beautiful; god blessed woman
The Magnificent Eight
We are all here except for Herb who is getting assistance with his cumberbun
Agent 007 Tries To Hide In The Shade While His Bride Shows No Signs Of Fear
Sue verifies that everybody is ready to mosey to dinner
An original 1939.... The suit, not Bob!
The Year Bob's Suit Was Made.....
- January 1 – The Hewlett-Packard Company is founded.
- January 1 – Texas A&M University wins its only football national championship.
- January 5 – Amelia Earhart is officially declared dead after her disappearance.
- January 6 – Naturwissenschaften publishes evidence that nuclear fission has been achieved by Otto Hahn .
- January 13 – Black Friday : 71 people die across Victoria in one of Australia's worst ever bushfires .
- January 23 – "Dutch War Scare": Admiral Wilhelm Canaris of the Abwehr leaks misinformation to the effect that Germany plans to invade the Netherlands in February, with the aim of using Dutch air-fields to launch a strategic bombing offensive against Britain. The "Dutch War Scare" leads to a major change in British policies towards Europe.
- January 24 – An earthquake kills 30,000 in Chile , and razes about 50,000 sq mi (130,000 km2).
- January 25 – Refik Saydam forms the new government of Turkey . (11 th government)
- January 26 – Spanish Civil War : Spanish Nationalist troops, aided by Italy , take Barcelona .
- January 26 – In Paris, French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet , in response to rumours (which are true) that he is seeking to end the French alliance system in Eastern Europe, gives a speech highlighting his government's commitment to the cordon sanitaire .
- January 27 – Adolf Hitler orders Plan Z , a 5-year naval expansion programme intended to provide for a huge German fleet capable of crushing the Royal Navy by 1944. The Kriegsmarine is given the first priority on the allotment of German economic resources.
- January 30 – Hitler gives a speech before the Reichstag calling for an "export battle" to increase German foreign exchange holdings. The same speech also sees Hitler's "prophecy" where he warns that if "Jewish financers" start a war against Germany, the "...result will be the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe".
The troops are gathering for the assault on the restaurant
It's a long walk.... About 40 feet!
Sometimes we calls her "Scooter"
Sue and Paul had to leave early to save seats at the dance so someone had to scoot about 15 feet and Linda was gracious enough to volunteer
"Scooter???" That's not what I call her!
Quote - Vegetables are a must on a diet. I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread, and pumpkin pie. ~Jim Davis
New fangled contraptions... Where do I put the film in???
Quote - I would like to find a stew that will give me heartburn immediately, instead of at three o'clock in the morning. ~John Barrymore
"Are you sure???"
Quote - Vegetables are interesting but lack a sense of purpose when unaccompanied by a good cut of meat. ~Fran Lebowitz
MaryAnn & Craig
Quote - I don't think America will have really made it until we have our own salad dressing. Until then we're stuck behind the French, Italians, Russians and Caesarians. ~Pat McNelis
Something has Kathy tickled!
Quote - We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. ~Alfred E. Newman
Orders have been placed... Where's the drinks???
The rest of the table
She is planning for a quick escape
Quotes - Large, naked raw carrots are acceptable as food only to those who lie in hutches eagerly awaiting Easter. ~Fran Lebowitz
Donna and Bob have decided
She looks beautiful and he looks starved!
Looking great after the wild ride form the mainland!
"Best lasagna in the world... Reminds me of when I was a kid!"
Did You Know? - Lasagna (or lasagne) is a classic Italian pasta casserole dish which consists of alternate layers of pasta, cheese, a sauce, and often other ingredients. As with many Italian dishes, significant regional variations exist. In some areas, the sauce is likely to be a simple tomato sauce or a ragù; in others, a Béchamel sauce. Ingredients may include meatballs, sausage and sliced hard-boiled eggs.
The word applies to both the dish and the sheets of pasta used. Lasagna is singular, whereas lasagne is plural. In the UK the plural term (lasagne) is used for the dish as it is made from several layers of the pasta