We had a ball in Richmond and stayed longer than we’d originally planned. We figured that New York would still be there for another trip, that we could do an overnighter to Washington, and that we’d much rather stay in Richmond seeing family longer.
Where else would we get to sing karoke but at Kevin’s place. He’s got a huge plasma TV and playstation karoke. Kevin works as a bartender and does a very good job of it. I know – karoke is so much better after the second mojito.
And George’s band – East of Afton – plays in Richmond. They play the best bluegrass music that I’ve ever heard.
I haven’t laughed as much as I did in such in a long time after a night out with Katie. Have several nights out with her and Joyce, her buddy, and I wound up with sore sides from laughing.
And then there was just the pleasure of sitting around the living room while Amy and her mother and Katie went through 40 years of family photos.
Amy was such a cutie!