Monday, March 22, 2010

Don't You Wish You Had a Hoagie?

Funny, I was just reading Sarah's blog and saw the darling pictures of the girls with their cute expressions. So cute. Then, switched to my blog. The funny thing is that Sarah & Miles' song is still playing. Guess I didn't sign out of theirs properly. Anyway, it's nice to type to.

Had a 6 inch hoagie for lunch today with chips, soda and Cherry Garcia ice cream. Love Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia! Had made a list of things to do today and just about completed the list so felt I deserved a treat.

We had our H.O.P.E. 30Th Anniversary luncheon on Saturday and I had the best time re-connecting with old friends. Cheryl who was our committee Chair, scanned all of the old pictures (Bob Schneider, Dolores Hodges, ET AL) and made them into a DVD to flash on the screen and of course, made an extra for me. So neat! I cried seeing all of my old friends...happy & sad tears.

I understand my brother-in-law, Bob Hause died last week. I'm sure you received Rob's
email. I hope things go well for Rob. Bob & Addie had put a couple friends in place for this. I'll try to contact her old friend, Margaret.

Guess I'll finish my list. So take care. I just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed my hoagie and thought of you!

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Here's What Happens When You Don't Have a GPS!

Sunny and I decided to go to the James Michener Museum in Doylestown, PA. The museum was displaying the works of Edward Weston who photographed scenes/people in the early part of the 20th century and we thought that would be informative as well as enjoyable. With directions from the museum, we found our way there with only a couple wrong turns. I remember Bob Schneider had a brother living in Doylestown but that was a long time ago. We meandered through the museum looking at Weston's life, loves, marriages, etc. There was a little cafe/gift shop so we picked up a light bite. Leaving around 2 P.M., we figured we would follow the directions backward. HA! Sunny did not have a road map for that area. Well, needless to say, we got lost. Stopping at a gas station for directions, we got rear-ended but just jolted and no damage. That should have been an indication of the rest of the day. However, we did manage to find ourselves on the outskirts of Philadelphia and Sunny knew her way from there - well almost! It seemed to take us forever to get home but we finally did. So we consider it our adventure and as someone we know would say that it was a fun day!