Sunday, October 06, 2013

Looking back on the week just ended

Once again, it is Sunday. Looking back to Monday, Sept. 30, Gail come over for duet practice. We had our final practice of "Summer Samba" by Melody Bober, which we played today, Oct. 6, at church. On Wednesday, we went to Tai-Chi Chuan class, which are helds at a Baptist church on 129th St., about a mile from my house. On Thursday, I cooked chili. I had hamburger in mine, but J eats hers without meat. On Friday, we attended Tulsa Town Hall in the Performing Arts Center. The speaker was Kahled Hosseini. He is the author of The Kite Runner, a novel set in Afghanistan.

On Saturday, we had the grandchildren. They are now ages 8 and 10. We went to McDonald's in Sapulpa on Saturday. After spending the night with Nanna and Papa Dan, the grandkids and we got up next morning and went to a model train show in Bixby. (It was more of a swap meet than a show.) We went via Sapulpa, bypassing Tulsa. At Kiefer we got delayed by a train for about 10 minutes. We paid our $3 each for admittance. (The kids were free.) Inside the building, we saw five different layouts of model trains. Everything from N gauge up to O gauge. I think HO gauge is ideal for model trains. A couple of the layouts were fairly large. There happened to be a geocache hidden behind the building which I found.

Today was Humanist Sunday at church. The message was delivered by Larry Roth. Gail and I played "Summer Samba." We imposed upon Joni LeViness to accompany us using shakers. We had 14 people this morning.

No comments: