Last night we attended a play at local Adams State University. It was S. E. Hinton’s “Outsiders”, the coming-of-age story of two socially different gangs and their interaction.
The play was a fundraiser for the local Boys and Girls Club and this was the opening night. The hors d'oeuvres and wine before the play was very, very nice. We saw a lot of people we knew but haven’t seen since we arrived this spring. That was fun.
The play was well done and we certainly enjoyed it. I especially enjoyed the use of a cellist to create the joy or tension in the scenes.
Jim was off this morning to Pueblo to pick up a boat trailer for his brothers. He left at 5 a.m. and it sure was strange to wake up without him in the rig. So I have a Saturday to myself. I think I’ll go to the Milagros's, the local coffee house, order a latte and read the book club’s next selection (Life Boat by Charlotte Rogan). I like doing that.
We have some leftover cheese that Dan and Merlene brought over earlier this week. I think I’ll make some mac and cheese for dinner using that cheese and some of the ham from Easter dinner. Yum, that sounds good.
Hope you have plans that make you look forward to another day.
Remember, you are loved.
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