Saturday, February 28, 2015
The menu is very simple and always the same. Pickles, buns, cole slaw, baked potato and fish and for desert, vanilla ice cream with either strawberry sauce or butterscotch topping. That is my desert in the bottom picture - I like lots of butterscotch on my ice cream and it is the only time I eat ice cream is at the fish fry.
The fish is delicious and always fresh. They have 2 fryers and dish out as much as you want to the people in line. If you stand there they will continue to pile up your plate. I had 3 pieces last nite.
The volunteers in the kitchen are always so happy and friendly. My friends Ed and Lynn are fooling around with the coleslaw bin.
I also had a draft beer to go with my meal - it was, after all, Friday and after 4pm so I could drink.
The fish fries are held on the last Friday of each month except July, August and December.
A good time was had by all and I was home by 7:45pm. LOL
Friday, February 27, 2015
Well, remove the red curly hair for grey short hair, the freckles and rosy cheeks and the blue eyes for hazel and the double chin and it is kinda me. Even got the right tooth missing.
Pay backs are a bitch, Mitch...
The trick is to remember who has the rounder head - it is Charlie - but I seem to forget this fact when I need to identify the kids. Thank goodness the parents know who is who.
6 months old today - where did the time go!!!
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Monday, February 23, 2015
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Friday, February 20, 2015
Thursday, February 19, 2015
I will miss that little guy...
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
It was fun to watch for a while.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
The next morning there was a yoga class on the beach. I watched it from my seat in the restaurant eating my breakfast - omelette, bacon, toast and orange juice. Yum Yum!!!
The resident peacock joined us on the beach - he was making peacock noises to get every one's attention and he got mine. I got a great picture if I do say so myself. He stayed for a hour or two then headed back to his field.
The Tower Island pontoon anchored offshore of our beach and stayed for a good hour at least. You could hear the music and laughter clear as day. They certainly had a good time.
All good things must come to an end - I got some pictures out the window as we were leaving Jamaica and then the sunset closer to home. After I collected my luggage at the airport (just joking - that is not all mine) it was time to head back to reality and snow and frigid temperatures.
There is no place like home...
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Friday, February 13, 2015
I am a big chicken when it comes to freezing especially when it is the front tooth. They have to freeze the front and then into the palate which, from past experience, hurts like hell. I requested nitrous oxide to relax me which they froze my mouth. I have never had "laughing gas" before and I really didn't notice any difference and I still felt the needles. But after the freezing had taken effect, he pulled the tooth. He had to administer a bit more as I could feel some pain after during the other procedure. I never opened my eyes during the whole thing. I think it is better that way.
I have a temporary denture that I can wear for four months until it has healed. Then the actual implant is inserted. And then after a few more months to allow for healing, I get my permanent crown put in place. I should be good as new by October 2015.
It is a long process and a few more trips to the dentist's office and some more freezing and pain but it will be worth it in the end. I have always hated the cap as it didn't look natural - by the end of all this, I will be happy.
Love you Susan!!