Sunday, September 28, 2008

Red Hat fun...

Doodlebug had to play with my hat before I left for our Red Hat luncheon...

Here are the beautiful ladies who showed up for some good food and lots of laughs...
Empress Bee, you were missed. All the ladies said to tell ya HI. We'll have to tell you about a new fella called Norton that Maryan has met and that has her confused. He has some tools she doesn't know what to do with...and before your imagination goes wild, I am talking about Norton Anti-virus! Maryan needs some computer 'destructions,' so I promised to go give her a bit of help. See, this group not only has fun, we learn from each other cuz we were giving her some *good* instructions for sure. Sure we were.

And for dinner, I made chunkygal's famous spaghetti carbonara recipe. Go over there and read about it and tell her HI. She is a Mayberry doc who is sporting a broken, now-pinned ankle, so she'd love a big howdy as she sits (a lot) and heals during this long process. Sigh. No fun, but she is learning to adapt...and learning what it is like to be the patient and not the doc.

Enjoy your Sunday. Mine is gonna be busy...Joy, Jennie and I are hosting with our land chapter a BSP informal tea this afternoon to perhaps launch a new chapter here in Mayberry. Wish us luck!

6 comments:

Sarge Charlie said...

Having fun

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

so sorry to have missed the fun and everyone's lovely smiles and laughs... next time!

smiles, bee
xoxoooxoxoxoxoxo

Lois Grebowski said...

Looked like fun... I see Joy... Hi, Joy!

:-D)

chunkygal said...

spaghetti carbonara...the noodles of love! Maybe there will be new romantic interests for those ladies who partook and are so inclined.

Joy said...

Hi, Lois! Bee, we did miss you. It was a hoot, especially the "norton" part.
Gee, if I'd known that about the spaghetti carbonara, I might have invited myself over for supper last night, Sandy. :-) Nah, I was home with a good book and that fun, too.
Hugs!

HaleyD said...

Sorry I had to miss all the fun events of the weekend! I was so wanting to sport my PINK hat. (Only those of a certain age can wear purple & red; the younger set is lavender & pink.) Doodlebug is just to little to understand he should have been wearing pink. Hope the BSP tea was fun. I've already heard from one participant that it was. (Miss A just said "long comment, Mommie" so I guess I'm done!)