|Spo, Pat, Larry and Doug at Food Lion, Milton, DE|
With the threat of nuclear war in the air, I have decided to write about happy places, people and times.
Regular followers of my blog have probably noticed that I haven't been ranting about our Fake President, Donald J. Trump. Just because I haven't written about him in my blog post doesn't mean my feelings of disgust and doom have changed. They haven't. By the way, I have been venting, on my Twitter account. More about me and my Twitter reactivation in a future blog post. Instead I will post about happy places, people and times.
In my senior years I have been blessed with new friends that I have made through this blog. Of course you all know of my new BFF Pat of Toronto, Canada.
|Guess which one is Pat. (hint, he scratching his chin)|
Pat is that friend I've been looking for all my life. A kind, gentle, good-looking, smart, funny guy who likes me in spite of my many faults. Pat and I get together four times a year. Our next get-together is next month when I visit Pat at his new home in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Pat is moving to a classic old hotel in Hamilton, that is being renovated into luxury condos. I am so looking forward to that trip.
|Pat and me somewhere (I forget) that was OPEN - How do you like Pat's "Moose" glasses. Thank goodness he lost them in the snow|
Last February Pat, during Pat and I annual trek to California, we reunited with other friends I have made through blogging. Dr. Spo, Someone, Tim and Larry.
|Pat, Someone, Tim (back row)|
Me, Dr. Spo and Larry (seated) at Mt. Jacinto, Palm Springs, California February 2017
Dr. Spo and Someone had invited us to their wedding in Palm Springs. By the way, have you noticed how happy gay people are when they marry? Check out the photos below of Spo and Someone and me and Bill.
|Someone and Spo at their wedding February 2017|
|Me and Bill at our wedding July 2013|
That folks is genuine happiness. How can anyone deny that happiness?
Today I was think that all during my life there has been a threat of war. The first I can remember is the Korean War. I was ten years old at that time. And here we are again, the threat of war.
None of us knows how long we will live in peace and happiness. But I know this, I appreciate every day I have in good health and good friends.
|Larry, me and Pat at our annual Old Time Photo in Rehoboth Beach, DE 2017|