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Sunday, November 05, 2006

Some Old Fun with Old Friends

I needed to get out of town and clear my head... and Joe called me with an extra ticket to join he and Shane, two old friends that I've know since elementary school! So, I hopped a plane on Friday night, my brother fetched me from Logan and I spent Friday night and the first part of Saturday with my brother and his family... Including my adorable as ever niece! This is a photo of her from today (I returned today) eatting the yummy squid that my sister-in-law's father made as part of the lunch feast I arrived just in time to enjoy!

Back to Saturday... Joe journeyed to fetch me from my brothers's house and we met Shane back in Portsmouth, NH at Joe's place. What did we do? We went to see a comedy show at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom. What a ghost town at this time of year!! Who did we see? Well, knowing my old friends as I do, this was the ideal show to see with them... Artie Shaw and Andrew Dice Clay (being broadcast live on Serious Sattelite Radio on the Howard Stern show.) And for any of you who might recall his version of the Mother Goose Rhymes that were everywhere back in the 90's...that's how he ended his show. Watching my friends was, as always, the funniest part the evening. It's good to see old friends.

From there we headed to Portsmouth Gas Light Co. for a late night pizza and some more chatting. The pizza's quite good there! Definately check them out if you pass through looking for a bite.

We hit Nancy's this morning on the way back to my brother's.
It was good to see the guys - it's been years since we've all been together in one place.
Thanks guys for a nice weekend... now if I can only get back to NYC (my flight has been cancelled and I'm awaiting a much later flight hoping that the delays on the flights ahead don't get in my way!)

1 Comments:

Blogger Nessie Noodle said...

hangin' with my grade school/high school boys always makes me laugh and feel better...
I hope what is going on is getting better.

laughter always helps, no matter what.

5:20 PM

 

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