On WXPN yesterday morning I heard this wunnerful Cajun music and here tis.
Joseph Falcon and Cleoma Breaux, husband and wife team.
After arriving at The Rohrer's house in Evesham Township, we drove to the Brio Tuscan Grille restaurant. As I entered and looked down at the floor tiles, it reminded me of being in Italy.
We celebrated Debbie Rohrer's 50th birthday. She's Scott's younger sister. It was also their dad's 81st birthday AND the 60th anniversary of The Shermans marriage.
Ain't that something? as my friend Fontaine would say.
I have a thing about driving to Jersey. I believe I won't make it home alive. My sister Amy has the same fear.
Ready for my terrible photos?
Across the street from the Rohrers is a simply decorated house for Xmas. The house is unusual as it's not a tract house, but may have been there for years.
Danny Rohrer came in a day early and brought decorations plus a b'day cake.
Crumb came from a family dominated by mental illness.
See my $7.25 glass of wine? Why do they not fill it up? I sipped on it slowly. I do love wine. Scott asked me if it 'went' with my meal.
Indeed it did, I said. I wanted white wine so if it spilled on my pink shirt it wouldn't show. Matt had a fit when he spilled spag in his lap.
When was your last fit, Dear Reader?
The waiter below is a friend of Matt's and was the one who told him where to get a good haircut.
Calimari below. My second helping from Matt, who ordered em. They were better w/o the dressing.
How many would YOU have eaten?
And so we come to the end of the dinner. Scott and I were the first to leave as we have the longest way to go. The pouring rain we never experienced since we were eating.
A gentle rain pursued us most of the way home.
At Scott's I watched a religious program about the Ba'al Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidism, who died in Ukraine 300 years ago.
Numerous rabbis were interviewed. I understood not a word of what they were talking about.
All but Susannah Heschel.
She's the only child of the late Jewish philosopher
Joshua Heschel and Susannah.