November 24, 2014

A Very Good Sunday


Greeted by a wall of 8 and 10 foot trees.

It was a quiet start to the day.  I like Sundays where the bed covers are warm, the coffee and muffin are hot, and CBS Sunday Morning is more distracting than the book I am reading.  When the sun came out, we headed out into the blue skies to run an errand or two. 

Got my hair cut.  Got his hair trimmed.  That was most important.  It was his 30th Birthday, you see.

We stopped at the Holiday Store.  I was hoping we could find some blue or turquoise teardrops…they call them finials.  I broke one of our 1950’s finials last year.  Nope.  No replacements.  Laughing, we bought a small blue and silver ray gun. 

We napped, we ate Mexican…which perhaps wasn’t the best social choice, and daughter Margot joined us.  Should have dragged her to dinner too.  Off we went to the church on top of Mount Soledad where G was the chief speaker in his Frank Lloyd Wright tie. 

It was a very good Sunday.



  • Himself:  Started into his 31st year with a grin.  Posting new, old Queen Mary shots to his blog.

  • Herself:  Really enjoying owning a heater.

  • Reading:  Saving Italy…the monuments men in action in Italy.

  • Balance:  Found a powder deodorant that helps with the cast.




  • 6 comments:

    1. Glad you had such an enjoyable day.

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    2. So even if you make it 30 years they still expect to stand up and toot your horn. I guess it inspires and is a way to bust buttons. Tell him he doesn't look a day over 29 ;-)

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    3. Congratulations to G from David. D picked up number 34 last Sunday. Feeling much better, I hope.

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    4. "I like Sundays where the bed covers are warm, the coffee and muffin are hot ... "

      So ... you call your husband Muffin, or is it Hot Muffin? :) ;)

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