Sheila threw a party to celebrate Peter’s visit to Key West. Yesterday afternoon. At her apartment. An outstanding event!
It was good to see Peter, of course. Captain Peter, English Peter. The same tall distinguished gentleman. White hair and a white tache. British accent, of course.
The food sheila put out was delicious. Or so it appeared. I ate nothing because of my diet. Sheila had a Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. She also baked several different deserts. Ask me not what they were. I kept a respectful distance less I be tempted.
The crowd from the Chart Room were there. And a bunch of people I had not met before.
I had a very good time. Stayed about three hours. Thank you, Sheila. Thank you Peter for providing Sheila with a reason to throw a party.
Jean Thornton had been at the party earlier. Jean was the one instrumental in getting Peter back to Key West for a visit. She came down from Birmingham for the party. I missed her. Jean had run off to the burning of the 2014 hurricane flag at Truman waterfront. Each year in which no hurricane has touched Key West, the event takes place. It is conducted by the Conch Republic Navy.
It was 77 degrees yesterday. With a cool chill in the air. Sweater time!
I have to hustle. Two doctor visits today. Blood testing with my internist at 8:30. Visit with my heart doctor at 4:30. In between, a manicure with Tammy.
Seniors should be paid each time they see a doctor. We see them so often. It would be a welcome addition to Social Security.
Enjoy your day!
Hoping that your last comment about paying seniors to go to doctor was in jest and not a serious suggestion. Can you imagine what that would do to health care- and many think Obamacare is not a good thing
Of course not serious. Your comment raises a thought in my mind: Have we forgotten humor?
Key West sure is a bar and home party town.
Key West has always been a great drinking town with a fishing problem.