Monday, March 2, 2009

Who Are You?


I owe the following music choice to having recently seen Keith Moon's jacket at the Boston Hard Rock Cafe; among other things... ;-)

It's a terrible picture, and I suggest you leave it as is. I admit to having concentrated more on my daughter than on the picture taking. And then there was the annoying spot light I couldn't get away from.

I took daughter, 20 and her charming friend Camille out for lunch at The Hard Rock Cafe. I wouldn't have chosen it for myself, but I thought the girls would enjoy it.It's very entertaining to be out and about with two boy magnets. Regretfully I forgot to take a photo of the lovely Camille, whom I met for the first time this weekend.






There will be more pics on my Ruby Tuesday post, which I'll put here at The Pagan Sphinx, so please come to Boston (in the winter time...brrrrrrrrr)

5 comments:

  1. good thing you didn't go now- it's not only reallllyyyy cold- i hear that some folks got dumped on with lots of snow. stay warm and have some nice hot tea :) i look forward to pics of your lovely daughter :)

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  2. I don't think I'm going to make that post tonight, Bet. I've been watching a movie called Man Push Cart, which dragged and now my eyelids are growing very, very heavy... ;-)

    Thanks for coming by, love. I'm not too tired to go over to your corner and life's journey, though

    Luv ya,
    Gina

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  3. she is so cute! and she looks like a sweetheart too...looking forward to more pictures and am glad you are feeling better. :)

    xoxo

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  4. lovely pics there. loved that beautiful horse cart!

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  5. Love your photos of your girls -- always! So glad you're feeling better! Stay warm!

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