Today is my Wife’s Beatles (64th) birthday.
In the morning, I had a meeting with Mallory of OFA on the Campaign.
At noon, we drove to Columbus to see our daughter and her husband. In the afternoon, the ladies shopped at Easton
This shopping complex has almost everything, from the outdoor stroll by boutique shops to the major department stores to (off to the side), big boxes.
I read and had coffee while they did hunter gathering activity.
We had dinner at due-amici in downtown Columbus.
At the ‘end of the day’, as they say, it was a nice birthday.
N.B.: Beatles birthday refers to the song “When I’m 64″,,, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCss0kZXeyE
Sharon is in Columbus. I did a W/O at gym, and then lunch at a Place Well Known to Me.
I stopped at Catherine’s Chocolates in Avon, where I bought a lb of covered strawberries for Sharon for VD, and then made a stop for quality time at a Starbucks.
In the evening, it was an ACLU board meeting in Oberlin.
I went to Crocker Park to do some holiday shopping, Sharon got back from Columbus, and we went out to dinner at Johnny’s bar on Fulton with our friends Dave and Sherrie: quaint; busy; and pricey: not for claustrophobics on a budget.
Got back home in time to see the end of the OU victory (Sharon is an alum).
Valerie leaves for Columbus in the AM.
Valerie's Subaru heading home...
Sharon and I had lunch at the vintage cafe.
I worked on organizing in the garage, and got a new heater.
I installed LAMP on this system, and
updated the default web page.
chores: renewed Miniworld sub and Hagerty insurance for Mini – see http://our1960mini.wordpress.com/
I updated Sharon’s iPhone to 5.0.1 IOS
Today we made the trip to Columbus with our daughter’s car and her dog. She and her husband Bill were returning from their honeymoon in Mexico at Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Zoetry-Paraiso-de-la-Bonita/210316388980316
Cap City Grille
The timing was good: we arrived 10 minutes after them, and ate lunch at the Cap City Grille – above see http://www.capcityfinediner.com/TheExperience.cfm
Sharon and I drove back to Avon Lake, and we observed that the Twelve Days of Valerie’s Wedding were over (6-17 Oct 2011).
We arrived home at 4:20 and at 5:30 I left to speak the North Olmsted Kiwanis on Issues 2 and 3.
I stopped for cocktails and conversation at a Place Well Known to Me.
Perusing Facebook in the late evening, I observed my daughter had changed her name: a transitional moment.