Hello Friends! Happy Sunday!
Hope you’re having a great Sunday? I remember back when I was younger every Sunday was a day for our family to get together and eat, and eat we did.
There’d be pasta, antipasto, cheese, fruit, and that would be for lunch. Then deserts would come out with to wash away the heavy stuff.
Later in the day after a great deal of wine and other liquor drinking would happen, dinner would be served. Dinner was comprised of usually a roast, either beef, pork, or lamb, once in a while; we’d have a chicken or two.
Needless to say, Sunday was the most fabulous day of the week for all of us. Lately, it seems Sunday’s don’t have the family day value connected to them. Maybe that will change?
I posted a piece about Eddie Money who passed away this week. I knew Eddie back in his New York days which is where he is from originally. Many of his family members were New York City cops who I met over the years, which in turn helped me to meet Eddie.
I still remember rocking out to his music on Wall Street, Broad Street, and everywhere in between each day. What a memory to have.
Thanks Eddie! R.I.P.
A Few Stories to check out!
- Super Commuters in the Bay Area
- Gourmet Ghetto in Berkeley
- Homeless Tents on the Beach
- Who Cleans up the Gore and Blood After Filming?
Enjoy Your Sunday,
Mark & Patti