June 16, 2014

The Man Who Came to Dinner




This is one of those fairy stories with a really nice ending. 

The great Geezer came to dinner one night at a little beach cottage when he was very young.  He stayed.  The lady who lived in the little cottage had two daughters. 

Now thirty one years later, one daughter calls him dad and the other daughter calls.  He married the lady in the cottage, and her daughters gave him 14 grandkids which is another long story. 
      
The great G with a young Alex.
                                                                            
G with a young Zoey.



  • Himself:  Gym, work with no computer access, and meeting.  Changing servers and email addresses.

  • Herself:  Gym, pool, email a lost friend, server down then up, and do menus and shopping for the week.

  • Reading:  Stabenow.
  • Balance:  Acceptance.


  • 14 comments:

    1. Hurrah for both of you. Happiness is the word of the day.

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    2. Great photos. The first one is on a Carnival ship!

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    3. I need to do a better job of planning meals. Haven't been to the pool in a while. Garden keeping me busy.

      Nice photos of G and kids. Where is the photo of Mage and G?

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    4. Love those happy endings.

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    5. 14 grandkids! Wow! So wonderful. When we finally get together you'll have to provide me with details.

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    6. Neat. He came to dinner and stayed for many ice cream cones. :)

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    7. That is a truly lovely story. Geezer is a keeper!

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    8. I like those kinds of fairy stories.

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    9. All smiles at the wonderful photos of George.

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    10. You two are so lucky to have each other.

      I know I don't have to tell you to cherish your time together.

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    11. Yes that is a lovely story.

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    12. This is a beautiful post! G is such a handsome guy and you make a gorgeous, happy couple.

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