Read and watched football, and then studied more.
I did some organization, blogging, and ordered a holiday present.
Then it was shopping for food and groceries at Heinen’s.
We had supper at the Melting pot, and enrolled at another dance studio, as our old one seemed to have gone out of business.
In the AM, I went to Cleveland Hts. to give a presentation for Senior Voice.
After lunch, I had a hair appointment at Headquarters, with Kim.
Back home, I took our 1960 Mini out for a cruise, and stopped over to visit Ed Mayer.
We had a dance lesson – Rumba – with the lovely Anya Kwan, at Avon Ballroom.
Then it was off to the monthly Avon Lake Dems meeting, where Rachael DeGolia spoke on the ACA.
I went to a lab to get blood work done, and headed downtown for a Senior Voice meeting,
I rode my bike for 20 min at home.
I began the day with some (needed) organization, and then made some calls for Senior Voice.
Sharon and I ate at Ruby Tuesday’s, and then got haircuts from Kim Soto at Headquarters Salon.
We had a dance lesson with Anya Kwan at Avon Ballroom, and then rushed over to the Avon Lake Democrats Annual Summer Picnic, where keynote speaker David Pepper – our next attorney general – gave a great talk.
Back home, I studied Russian for 20 minutes, and rode the bike for 25.
Our Senior Voice meeting went well this AM.
I had lunch at the Rustic, and then a dental appointment.
The mirror for our bath arrived:
We had an excellent dance lesson with super teacher Anya Kwan at Avon Ballroom (http://www.avonballroom.com/Avon_Ballroom/Welcome.html), and then dinner at wood/wine.
I blogged some on Mini, studied Russian, and rode my bike for 30 min
(N.B.: A friend asked me (on FB) “Were you nervous”? Hell yes – I was as nervous as a whore in church! )
I watched others in our studio dance.
We went for dinner at a local Japanese steak house.
We went back and watched more dancing.
And this brought an end to one of the more wonderful days of my life.