Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mother's Day

All of us are hampered to some degree by our need to justify our actions and words. (One Day At A Time In Al-Anon, 10 April)

Promises that you make to yourself are often like the Japanese plum tree - they bear no fruit. (Frances Marion in The Promise Of A New Day by Casey and Vanceburg, 15 April)

Nostalgia is a seductive liar. (George Ball in Believing In Myself by Larsen and Hegarty, 11 April)

Any life is an unfinished story. (Ron Palmer in Believing In Myself by Larsen and Hegarty, 5 March)


Happy Mother's Day!

Yesterday Cyndi took us to eat brunch at P.F. Chang's in Annapolis in celebration of my 72nd birthday and Mother's Day. Melva and I hadn't been to this chain before. There's a free parking garage across the street from the restaurant. After we ate we took some photos. Next we drove to the county seat at Upper Marlboro, Maryland where we attended the annual Marloboro Day held on Main Street. I bought three books at the library and Melva bought some plants in the nearby park. After supper Melva surprised me with a very tasty chocolate cake inscribed, "Happy Birthday Mr. Dickie." We took a few more photos before we cut and ate the delicious cake.

Mr. Dickie
8/May/2011 7:46

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