at all wild, but it was windy and hot, not unlike our wedding day.
We had a nice lunch and picked up a pie at The Elegant Farmer on the way home. It felt like a little vacation, and we enjoyed celebrating 39 years of our happy marriage doing what we love best, being together.
On Sunday, we headed to the city just after the storm that rumbled through Chicago and the Northern Suburbs on Sunday afternoon. We were stuck in traffic for a long time and saw first hand the damage to trees along the highway. After dropping off our Penny after a brief but happy visit, we headed home with Jon and Charlotte. After sharing dinner and a couple of episodes of Who Do You Think You Are? (Love this show) I was off to bed, so tired... Then the wind kicked up and the lightning started. Pretty soon hail was pounding on the roof and the windows. It was the lightning, almost continuous, that frightened me most. My Buscia would get out the blessed candle to burn at the first signs of a thunderstorm. I pace, checking the windows, cringing at the flashes and cracks of thunder. Luckily the storm passed quickly and once my head hit the pillow I was asleep. An exciting end to a great weekend.
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