All of you "60 somthings, or getting close, does this picture take you back? It sure rings true to my late teens and early 20's. This poster is for a band Terry has been following for years, "The Daily Flash".
Oh, yes, by the way, Terry and I are back together and having a great time. Saturday night we went to see this band perform in a little sandwich shop North of Seattle. They were amazing!!! Favorite rendition by far was of "Louie Louie". All of you from Washington, do you remember when the move was on to make that song the official song of Washington? Back in the day, that song was always played as the last song at any dance. "Louie Louie, oh, yeah, We gotta go"
Here they are performing at an outdoor concert.
It was a great time, and I look forward to seeing them perform again. I found myself looking around the room, and noticed we were mostly in the 60 age range. You know what? We were looking GOOD~!!.
Grinders is the name of the sandwich shop where they perform. Just a little hole in the wall, it has some of the best food in the Seattle area.
This was our dessert, a yummy cinnamon bread pudding smothered in whiskey sauce. Mmmmm, mmmm. Terry and I could not finish it. I wish I had pictures of some of the sandwiches. They were amazing.
As the evening progressed, the owner's mother, who helps serve there, was seen to be dancing and getting down to the music. It was great.
Earlier in the day, I had an appointment at a new yarn shop in Fairhaven, a part of Bellingham. The yarn shop is Mrs. Hudson's Yarn and Tea. They loved my yarns and have agreed to buy them!!!! Whoooo hoooo, I am so pleased.
Easter Sunday we all went to my cousin's house on Camano for a lovely meal and visit. My baby Grandson was the guest of honor. Oh, my, is he a beautiful baby~ Born 5 weeks early, he had alot of catching up to do, and he is doing quite well. I will be staying with him and his folks this week until I see my eyes surgeon on Thursday.
Isn't he sweet? Of course, he's asleep, LOL.