That's Tracey on the right. She and fiancee Mark live close by.
As Judy and I drove we listened to my new audio tape, "Hide," a crime fiction book by Lisa Gardner. Never heard of it either but the car is a safe place to listen. At home, I'd be checking to make sure all my doors are still locked.
And now I have a new door to worry about in my kitchen. Two nites in a row I forgot to lock it.
Bob, our team captain, walked w/ Sandy.
In toto, Dorothy, we had NINE MEMBERS.
Since we were so late we didn't meet up with TEAM NEW DIRECTIONS until the end of the walk.
Imagine my surprise when I saw:
With the new Blogger system, I don't know how to erase a foto, so we've got Diana twice.
I also met the CEO of Horsham Phyllis someone. Sev'l people from Team New Directions were hospitalized there, including a professor, a dance therapist and a project manager for a corporation.
Afterward we went out for lunch at the art-deco styled Ray's Diner in Norristown.
Everyone had pancakes. I wanted to ask Tracey for a bite of her bananana-nut cakes but I was so busy gobbling down my shrimp salad that the waitress Noelle took her syrup-soaked plate away.