Yesterday proved to be quite an unusual day.
Not sleeping well Friday night, meant I was up early. Oh well, even though I would have liked to have slept in, it just wasn't part of God's plan.
After reading the paper, and working on Facebook (FB) for a while, I proceeded to do what I needed to do. Work on photos to accompany my book manuscript.
This may sound simple to some of you, but a photographer I am not. Nor, am I a computer whiz. As I have said in the past, I know a fair amount when it comes to computers, but a genius I am not!
In late afternoon, I sort of took a somewhat forced break, for I received several telephone calls and had to do some e-mailing.
Then, it was time to get cleaned up, and dressed to go visit my friend J. She had invited me, plus our friends M & D, for dinner.
If you've been a reader of Life with Lynnie (LwL), you'll know that usually three (3) or four (4) times per year, M & D usually meet with me and J, for dinner. Last time was at my apartment.
When Gordon was alive, we were a foursome. Instead of allowing our fairly regular dinner date to fall by the wayside, and since M & D...and in particular D, knew my good friend J fairly well, we changed our foursome to include J.
In any case, due to everyone being rather busy during the spring, our dinner date was rather delayed. At least until yesterday.
As per normal, whoever hosts provides the salad, dessert and beverage. In this case, it was J. As per normal, whoever drives across town picks up the pizza at our favourite place, which is about half (1/2) way between us. So, this was M & D's turn.
Together, we enjoyed a delicious meal! Thank you M & D and J! It was such a blessing to me, getting together once again.
After dinner, we enjoyed fellowship time. We chatted and played J's favourite game: Phase 10! Nope, J didn't win. Actually, D, the only male in our group, won!
Well, I suppose we could say that we had to give him a break and let him win. Otherwise, he may not have wanted to ever meet again, for dinner and Phase 10! lol But, in all fairness, I don't think we should do that, so we'll just say that D played well (lol) and won, fair and square!
Yes, I think it might be good to just leave it at that! :-))
Until next time...
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