What a great day yesterday! Sports and Father’s Day all rolled into one!

I was glued to the TV most of the afternoon and evening. Martin Kaymer shot outstanding golf the whole tournament. Erik Compton became well known to the viewing public not only because of his golf prowess, but also his two heart transplants. The Heat/Spurs game told us what we were beginning to understand. The Spurs were the better team.

In between, it was Father;s Day dinner at Lisa’s.

The family had just returned from the Fort Zach beach as I arrived. Happy Father’s Day hugs and kisses from the grandkids and Lisa.

I missed the Key West Gay Parade. No time. Today’s Key West Citizen reports it was its usual success. Outstanding!

Iraq is beginning to concern me. As I assume it is you. Mass executions of the opposition, mass graves to hold them. Sick people.

Obama has some difficult decisions to make. I am glad it is his job and not mine. The responsibility is ominous.

Dinner tonight with Larry and Christine and daughter Journey. They are soon to leave for a first time trip to Italy. I am playing tour guide.

Enjoy your day!

4 comments on “A SPORTS DAY

  1. We just returned from my first trip to Italy, Rome and the Amalfi coast. I fell in love with the country and the people. We will be back to explore other regions in the future. I’m jealous. Larry et al will have a wonderful time and with your travel experience, I’m sure you’ll give them great suggestions and guidance!

    • Congratulations on the trip! Glad you enjoyed! How could you not? Larry, Christine, Journey and I had dinner together last night at Mangia Manngia so I could explore Rome with them. They are so excited and ready to go!

  2. When the first Iraq intervention, Cheeney predicted what would happen if we removed Saddam. And he was spot on. ISIS, Kurds, Sunni, Shites — would be killing each other. Argh!

    (I’m a fan of Ron Paul’s dictum — stay out, trade, and talk.)

  3. Lou, I agree. How can a person not enjoy Italy!!! Larry and Christine will have a wonderful time..
    Hope to see you in KW when we make our annual Anniversary visit in August around Lobsterfest time.
    Take good care, John

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