Completed: #28 Picnic, #45 Rummy!

Jeff taught me how to play Rummy on Saturday night. That was fun! I had beginner’s luck in the first hand, beating him 95-65. We played best out of three and he ended up winning. Ahh, well, you can only do so much!

As part of my Birthday-weekend celebrations, Jeff took me out for an honest-to-goodness picnic, with basket and cloth napkins. We drove out to the Wildlife Refuge, got set up, started to eat and then we hear thunder. It was a 5 minute picnic! He felt so bad that we didn’t get the full experience. I guess we’ll have to try again.;)

We had a great time together this weekend. I am one truly blessed woman to have Jeff in my life!

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1 Response to “Completed: #28 Picnic, #45 Rummy!”


  1. 1 Cathy June 25, 2007 at 5:50 pm

    Anna,

    I saw your comment on Walk Slowly, Live Wildly today…I’m the other person who said to come through SW OK. We’re in Lawton also. I don’t “cover”, but it sounds like we have a lot of other things in common; might be fun to meet sometime, although I’ll warn you, I have three homeschooled children and another on the way! Was trying to figure out how I could leave you my e-mail address without it being publicly accessible. I’ll check back to see if you have any ideas on that.

    Cathy


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