Another Busy Day

We were busier than a moth in a mitten!

First thing in the morning, we went to Disneyland Garden Walk and had brunch with Mary’s college roommate’s daughter and her family.  Great fun!  They came down from Camarillo to spend a few days at Disneyland.

Awaiting the signal to go into Huckleberry’s Restaurant.

Fiend eggs and grits, truly a transplanted southern girl!

Time to order that good Southern food.

They were excited about our new home, so we invited them to see “the mess.”  The kids ran around in the back yard hopefully tiring them out for the trip home.

Bonnie and Mary

Getting ready to pack the car and head home.

Visiting Casa Valencia

We returned to Mary’s, watered the baby, and headed to La Habra for Lilly’s seventh birthday.  All had a great time.  I even saw Jeanette, my oldest, and she looked old!  We have not been on talking terms for several years, and to this day, I have no idea what set her off?  That’s OK; she is just missing a lot of family fun.  We do not talk, and that is a good thing.

Lilly turns seven.

From La Habra, we went to Santa Ana and visited Bob and Donna, getting the full twenty-five-cent tour of their 1936 home!  Amazing, Donna is quite an artist.  Donna and Mary visited the garden, which they both love doing.

Donna and Mary on the garden tour!

Zot! From Santa Ana to Santa Ana, we went wine tasting before dinner. We all brought home bottles of vino and met the owner/winemaker sharing little wine secrets.

Wine tasting, always fun!

We ate dinner and had so much fun, we forgot to take pictures.

The dancing stops, time to smooch.

The line dance begins and Donna & Mary hit the floor!

Happy Birthday Mary

We departed the dance at 9:00 PM, returning to Bob and Donna’s place to pick up our car.  We then headed for Mary’s place to crash, for tomorrow will be another hectic day!

About Paul

Just an old retired guy trying to finish out my last years on this planet. I lost my best friend and wife in early 2020. I am involved seriously with a long-time friend, Mary, and life goes on.
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