Monday, May 17, 2010

We eat at Rib Crib

The day began with us going to the church and dropping off a cake for a reception following a funeral. Once that was done, we went to Braum's for a sausage and egg biscuit each. While there we read the morning paper.

We returned home before Gail came over for two hours of piano duets. We are working on a program for the Fourth of July. Thus far we have the following pieces we are working on: The Stars and Stripes Forever, Washington Post March, and Yankee Doodle Variations.

We got our lawn mowed today. We had a break in the rain and took advantage of the window of opportunity.

Tonight we had supper at the Rib Crib, a barbecue restaurant on the other side of the river. I had the all-you-can-eat ribs with baked beans, and potato salad. I think I downed about eight ribs. I was no longer hungry by the time I walked out of that rib joint. Rib Crib was having a promotion involving Relay For Life which is sponsored by American Cancer Society.

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