Jill and Cory
It was a very busy weekend. Big celebration in Karin and Alan's neighborhood. Carrollwood's 50th Anniversary. There was a lakeside party Friday night with jazz music and torches by the lake and food from Carabbas. There was Jill's cheerleader showcase, a children's carnival in the park, an art show and a concert with my favorite band, Crossfire, on Saturday night along with my friends Peggy and Joyce and Karin and Alan. There was so much to do that I stressed out trying to get it all done and the only pictures I have are of Jill and her dad. Mia was so cute with a butterfly on her cheek and a red balloon, but the camera was in the car. Mia's grandma, Lee, came along, too, with Jaime, Sean, Jill and Jonah.
Anyway, the weather is perfect and there is a football game this afternoon, though the likelihood of a Bucs win is nil. Thanks and love and apologies to all my good friends. They know why.
I met a local celebrity at the art show. Jim Mason, who helped produce among others, a Peter, Paul and Mary platininum (I think) album. He also wrote their song, "I Dig Rock and Roll Music" and the bridge to the "Wedding Song". He has a CD for sale with a song about living in Carrollwood. I really liked it. I am hoping to get him together with Cory. Here is a link to his website. http://www.jimmasonproductions.com/
UPDATE: THE BUCS WON AND WON BIG. NEW YOUNG QUARTERBACK. GREAT GAME!