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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was all cleaned up! Now need to get dressed and enjoy the evening. At 6 Doris arrived and Jackie joined us for a bit of talk before the party. Upstairs to pick up Janet so Phil arrived at the party with 4 women! The appetizers at Nicks was great! I hadn’t touched my wine glass (we had taken the plastic ones after a bit of a disagreement) when someone knocked it off the counter and wine everywhere. Nick is a compulsive house cleaner so this was ...
... and Angela. First time was while I was in Oregon and Phil called me from the Boston Marathon and then handed the phone to Tom – I couldn’t believe I was talking to him and we talked several minutes about Boston. Next meeting was at Jesser’s brothers funeral. We walked out of the church and he and Angela were standing there. When he saw Phil he waved us over and as we arrived he greeted me by my name-he had remembered it from that phone ...
... thought that was strange, but he seems to be ok. Maybe it was the skunk smell this morning??
August 6, 2014-Wednesday—Becky emailed and we decided to meet in Salem at the Fussy Duck, a very different consignment store on S Commercial St. Two floors of interesting and unique things. I had gone to the post office on my way and on my way home stopped where the fellow that Doug rents a room from works and left a packet of old photos that he forgot when ...
December 2nd Monday-Another stay at home day. Went to refrig to get blueberries and found that somehow they had not gotten home from the store with us! Phil finished his story on the cop and the sidewalk sitters, not bad. Dinner at Mt Vernon.
December 3rd, Tuesday – Phil to the eye doctor today and all is fine-did not need lens changed. We did some shopping. Kevin is back in the hospital and not doing well, but not sure when we ...
... and came down just where the parade was so watched part of it again, then on towards the North Station for the train home. As always we talked with several cops that Phil knew, and finally realized we had gone several blocks past our turn—so back, against the crowds to the correct turn and shortly were at the station. There were huge lines, some on each side of the building, depending on which train you needed. We got on the correct line and prepared to ...