Friday, March 11, 2011

My house and my heart is full.

Yesterday my three daughters and I met for lunch at the Dockside Grill at John Wayne Marina in Sequim. I arrived first after driving from Port Angeles. And minutes later the three 'girls' arrived. We had a long, delicious lunch. Best of all was our involvement with our waitress, Emily, who, working with her parents and her brother, kept us entertained through the longer than usual lunch 'hour'. The food was interesting and exquisitely blended, and Emily even made us order a dessert that consisted of chocolate, chocolate cookie base, peanut butter, and whipped cream. It was a wonderful dessert, I mean it was one wonderful desert and four spoons. I am writing this blog to make sure that Emily's father knows what an asset his daughter is to his business.

More blogging after my daughters leave, a day I am not looking forward to.

1 comment:

ms. fits chicago said...

I've been meaning to say this for a while, but... I adore you and your blog. You are a fabulous specimen of a woman living a full life even in what society considers "old" age. I feel blessed to have read your writing and learn little tidbits of your life here and there. I wish more older people would do this, so that people of younger generations (I'm 37) could learn about what life was like in the past.