For today’s Tuesday-lunch-out, we went to Cape Cod Fish and Chips on Folsom Blvd. Clark thought that his third piece of fish looked like a sea horse. And he entertained us with his talking sea horse. Erin looked at him with a “You’re full of baloney” look. Clark said, “Well how else do children learn to be creative?”
Shannon came for Erin about 2:30 yesterday and they went to the Tower theater to see the movie, “Lion”. They both thought that it was very powerful.
Both before and after the movie, they stopped for French fries at the Tower Cafe next door!
For today’s Tuesday out-of-the-house, we went to Fox and Goose for lunch. Fox and Goose, at 10th and R, is a pub and eatery with brick walls and high open ceilings. We used to take my mother-in-law Jane (“Bombi”) and her friend Gladys there for Sunday breakfast. But, I had not been there in probably 15- 20 years.
Erin and I both had an omelet with a crumpet. I had a vague idea that a crumpet was like a biscuit. The waitress accurately described it as being more like a cross between a biscuit and a pancake.
Afterwards, we went to the McClatchy Library on 22nd Street to look at a showing of small quilts which were on display on the 2nd floor. A bridge player, Jan Soules, had about 10 quilts on display. I was particularly impressed with this quilt called, Roosters in the Rain.
Roosters in the Rain
Speaking of rain, it was raining again today, so Erin waited in the car while we went into the library.
Erin wishes her oldest nephew a very Happy 21st Birthday. He makes her so happy when he is around. This photo was taken last Fall when he visited Arches National Park with his Mom, Colleen, (Erin’s big sister).
He spent the evening working, then hanging out at the Brew Pub downstairs from the restaurant where he works in Boulder. Colleen went over late in the evening to buy her boy a drink. Instead, his friends bought her one.
A proud grandma,
Shannon’s and Chris’ 13 year old daughter, Kellyn, sings with a Children’s Choir that is performing tonight at the Lutheran Church at 17th and L. So, Shannon picked up Erin and they were going to meet Chris, their son Mateo, and Shannon’s mother for dinner beforehand, and then go to the concert. It is so good of Shannon to include Erin in their plans.
Sue, Mary Claire, Erin, and Paula
Erin went with me to North Ridge CC to have lunch with some of my former social bridge group. Mary Claire specifically invited Erin to come. 4 of the group couldn’t make it.
Here Mary Claire, Erin, and I are on the deck overlooking the 10th Fairway. The 10th hole is normally a 5 par, but the greens are all under construction. There is a new temporary green about 60% of the way down the fairway. A huge branch of a eucalyptus tree had fallen half way across the fairway, but the ground is so wet that no equipment can get out to remove the branch. There was no one playing golf in spite of the beautiful sunny day.
Mary Claire sent us home with a box of yummy lemon bars!