Last night I had dinner with dear friends Norm and Terri at Hidden Valley Country Club. We had a nice dinner, lively conversation about football, politics and a variety of topics. After they left, I stayed and talked to friends Jim and Terry who arrived at the club shortly as Norm, Terri and I finished dinner. After a long day at the law office and a quiet week at home, it was nice to spend time with friends.
With the Lovely Sharon in the desert for the winter it can be a little lonely here in Salt Lake. I try to occupy my time reading, watching TV news about politics and listening to music.
Today I visited granddaughter Kendall Marie. She is about 2 ½ now and is beautiful. She seems to have a constant smile and dancing blue eyes. What a treasure she is.
I ran errands in the rain- the cleaners, Costco, the grocery store, filled the car with gas and the library. I checked out a couple of non-fiction books, a novel, a book of short stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald written in the 1920’s. I also checked out Noel Coward’s play “Private Lives”. I intend to read the play tomorrow. I am going through a phase where I am reading and thinking a fair amount about the 1920’s and particularly Paris in the 1920’s. I love reading about the writers, poets and artists who were in Paris during that decade.