I can already tell you that this is going to be a major learning experience for me. I am puzzled by terminology (RSS Feed, Twitter -- who cares!?), how to link things, and in general just how to get this going. Needless to say, I am going back on Thursday to meet with Lisa again and try to make sense out of how to do certain things. Facebook is not my thing (I feel it's a waste of my time to sit at this computer playing games and reading comments on walls for hours on end), but I have a feeling it is going to be! I feel like I am being sucked in while screaming and digging in my heels!!! LOL!!!
Last Friday I was lucky enough to run into James and Jill, two dealers at Merchants. They were unloading a trailer full of old furniture. I spied a pink dresser on that trailer and quickly brokered a deal to buy it. Here it is:
Recently I had come across this old composition book at an estate sale. It was full of daily menus kept by the owner, Mrs. Richard K. Shaffer, beginning in 1942. Something older than me!!!! I thought you might enjoy a peak inside that book of menus from back then.
Cover of the Menu Book
Yesterday was my son's birthday. He came down here (from North Phoenix where he lives) in the afternoon and we went furniture shopping for his apartment. Found a really nice dining table (my gift to him for his birthday) for him at My Sister's Attic and he found the sofa (I chipped in some) he wanted at Ashley Furniture. After our shopping spree, I treated him to dinner at Sandbar Mexican Grill in Chandler on Ray Road. We had yummy Baja Tacos made with mahi and tasty ingredients!
Happy Birthday, Rob!!!