Some pictures, showing John’s versatility. And he hit the team’s only home run this year. The team ended up in 2nd place.
This is from Kayela’s company newsletter. She also got a $25 gas card. [HTML2] … Continue reading →
The full name of this book is: “The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America.” It’s quite a mouthful, and it covers an equally complex topic.
Janet’s books are pretty predictable, not that you can solve the mystery easily, but the interaction between Steph and Ranger, for example, is always the same. And way too much of it. But Lula is always unpredictable and she was … Continue reading →
I thought it would be just about battling in the woods, but this was a great epic. And I learned a little history. It stars Daniel Craig (the new James Bond), and he played a great part. Even without M … Continue reading →
Amanda and Steve drove up from Richmond, and we went to see this band. A&S have seen them several times before, but it was the first time for me. After meeting at Duffy’s, an Irish Bar, across from the 9:30 Club, … Continue reading →
Why Baltimore? Linda flew into Baltimore–I had assumed that I’d be working in DC, so it would be a short trip. Surprise, my contract didn’t get extended, and I was in Richmond, unemployed. It worked out okay though, because I … Continue reading →
Arrival Bill and Deanne, and Eddie and Jeanne met us in Puerto Vallarta on Sept. 20. We stayed at the PV Condo, Conchas Chinas. The customs line was horrendous–took about a half hour just to get through that. Deanne andJeanne … Continue reading →
Idina is a broadway star turned solo singer. She was the good witch in the Broadway Play “Wicked,”, and was one of the start of “Rent.” She appeared at The National in July of 2008. Kayela had never heard of … Continue reading →
Flew nonstop from Dulles, 1:05 pm. Stayed at Tropicana. Rented a car f/Alamo, picked up Bill and Deanne at the airport after midnight. Came back to hotel and hung out in the hot tub until about 3 am. Hot tubs … Continue reading →