No complaints. I just took my little black and white out in the sun. Met a woman while we were looking through a gallery window. We agreed it should be open. We ended up exploring the building from the third floor to the basement. About three hours later, Terry and I went to the Thrifty Shopper and, by Jingo, the woman works there. Her name is Ginny. I mean to take her some chocolate and a photo of a tall ship or two.
I met another soul while my husband was becoming gorgeous. His name is Chris. We got to talking and he told me when he was little, his mom told him a penny was for his thoughts. When Chris sees a penny on the ground, he doesn't pick it up. Instead he flips it over, sending his thoughts on.
Figured out Wednesday night was really our fourth date, but call me a sensationalist. We started out downtown getting Terry's lovely locks cut. He also got his beard trimmed. We went to Toni & Guys. They did an excellent job, but I didn't realize it would take most of two hours.
Our big date was Blue Man Group at the Warner. We've been wanting to see them for ten years after seeing them as a fund raiser for PBS. They were so cool, we bought the CD. Before we moved to Erie, we lived in a mobile home in Worthington, PA. One night I came home after work to find our home ROCKIN'! Terry was inside with my neighbor Treesey and her two kids, Chance and Jenna. They had Blue Man cranked. I rushed into the kitchen and pulled out pots, pans, lids, anything that could make noise. We clanged, sang, danced, shouted, laughed. One of the best homecomings I've ever had.
If you don't dream they can't come true