A grey start and grey all day.
At least it was dry.
Our fence needed help and Gary was positively thrilled to work on it.
I went to the Jam at 1.
There were only 6 of us so except for the bass player we were acoustic.
Very relaxed....as you will hear.
At 3 the last Cabin Fever concert was being held at St. Lukes.
I got there just in time for the introduction.
Andy Stoker on sax (Music Department at Brockport Central School) and
Sharon Johnson (Music Department at Houghton College) on piano.
They were beyond outstanding and brought something very different to this concert series.
The absolute opposite from our jam.
They received a standing ovation.
For a little town, we sure have a lot of cultural opportunities.
I got home a little before 5 and there was Little Wonder looking at
me through the screen. It was supposed to go up to 70 today so I wanted to
let in some fresh air. It did not even hit 60 (as far as I know).
Chore duty tonight.
Rebel and the girls seemed ready to get tucked in, as the wind really kicked up.
The sky looked about the same as it looked this morning.
Dinner was fantastic.
I put the leftover shish ke bobs on a bed of romaine and added some crumbly blue
and a balsamic dressing. Restaurants should serve this! So good.
Vanilla pudding with walnuts and whipped cream for dessert.