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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Breakfast and Tea

Ester and I are pretty comfortable just being together even if we don't have a lot of activities. It was too hot again to today to do much extra. However, we started by going to House of Flavors for breakfast. Always a good choice.

House of Flavors

The afternoon was filled with a Reader's Theater presentation at the Arts Center. I was one of the readers.

reader's theater

We did two short plays written by one of our own members, Phil Barrons of Pentwater. The first one was a lighthearted look at the history of tea in the Western World. The second one was a humorous interpretation of the short story, "A Family Christmas." The audience was larger than we expected, and they responded well. That's always good!

Phil Barrons

Of course, there was tea for refreshment, and plenty of cookies.


Ester made me buckle down and finish Chapter 47 of Dead Mule Swamp Druggist, so that's really good news. I'm ready for writers' group on Tuesday evening.

It's possible we might get some of the tasks done tomorrow that we have planned for the weekend!

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The Furry Gnome said...

Always nice to have a good friend visit!

Ann said...

I don't know what your breakfast was but it sure looks good

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