We're going to Jumpin' Jay's for dinner. If you've never been there, come on out to the SeaCoast and go. Their scallops and salmon are really good. I'm not having any (because my hematologist would probably fire me--well, and because I don't like them), but Terry and Emily like the oysters a lot. The cerviche is delicious and I will avoid it--again, don't want to be fired.
Dan and I have been friends since we were 14. That is a lot of years. We have never spent more than a year without speaking nor more than two without seeing each other. We have both seen each other through a lot of stuff. There is nothing like an old friend.
It's so nice to be home. The girls are bickering; it's 100 degrees in the living room and the dog is hogging the fan. It's at least 5 million times better than being in the hospital.
I hope you are getting your heart's desire today and that it is much more wonderful than you thought it would be. It is for me.
|Dan with yarn and a head massager in the background|
|Me with Ellie's arm and the kitchen in the background|