|A selfie of Pat, Lar and me outside Yesteryear's Photos in Rehoboth Beach|
Miss me? I've been absent these parts (blogosphere) for lo these past week or so. I think this is the longest in between blog postings for me since I started this blog nine years ago.
So what caused the absence? Several reasons, but the main one being I was just too busy being the Host with the Most entertaining our house guest (me and Bill) from Canada. Yes, we had an event packed week. From the time we picked up Pat (our guest) from the "bus station" in Dover last Monday (June 16th) until I deposited Pat at the Park 'n Ride in Rehoboth this past Sunday (June 22) to begin his 24 hour bus journey back to Toronto, Canada.
|Pat ready to begin the first leg of his 24 hour|
First, many thanks to my hubby Bill for breaking his privacy rule and having a houseguest in at Casa Tipton-Kelly for a whole week. Thanks Bill! Bill puts up with a lot from me. In fact next week will be our 50th anniversary since we met on that rainy Saturday night at the Westbury Bar in Philadelphia and began our long journey as "Bill and Ron." Happy anniversary Bill, 50 years is a long time to endure Ron. And only one man could do it and that is My Bill.
|Lar and Pat waiting for their closeup at Yesteryear's Photo in Rehoboth Beach|
This is just a short post to let you all know I'm still alive (but exhausted from long days and short nights). I go to work again today. Should be able to catch up tomorrow. And by the way, the previous blog header that showed the lady with three arms……fake. I took a panorama shot and she moved (how dare her).
Today's blog header is one of the annual old time photo I take with my long time friend Lar (since third grade - 60 years ago!) who birthday is this Friday. Since Pat was down I decided to take a threesome picture of poker playing cowpokes (my drag old time photos are over). This is one where we caught Lar cheating with a card up his sleeve and one under his hat. Dastardly!
|A Motley Crew (isn't that the name of a band?) for sure. Only men a mother could love, and our mother's LOVED US!|
It is "All Good in the Hood" folks!