I can’t help but post my own weekend recap this week. If Labor Day is the unofficial end to summer, I went out with a bang!It all started Friday evening when I went to the BHS football game. No, this is not how I tend to spend my Friday nights in the fall, but I was being inducted into the Bay High School Athletic Hall of Fame with some other awesome athletes. Way back in ’99, the girls soccer team won the first state title of all time! I was
Admittedly, I felt awkward being at the high school – not much has changed. The best way to take the ‘edge’ off was by a trip to the neighborhood watering hole, The Wood! We were biding farewell to yet another one of my friends leaving Cleveland. Seriously, I am so sick of saying goodbye! Cleveland has my heart, I wish my buddies felt the same. Saturday brought
Sunday was an annual family reunion (the Deaners) that included 60 (?) lamb chops (they’re Italian!) and tons of other food and drink. It was nice to see everyone and witness Dean attempt to eat 10 lamb chops. He claims he maxed out at 8, but I still think it was 7! After stuffing ourselves, we ‘relaxed’ on the boat for a few hours before throwing the towel in.The fun wasn’t over yet. Labor Day weekend can’t go by without a trip to the Air Show so we headed down on Monday on the Sea Ray (the best way!). It ended up being a nice day as we celebrated a birthday on the boat! After the Blue Angels zipped by, it was time to pig out (again!) at the marina – we we’re *celebrating* after all. On the menu: clams, chicken, fried perch, corn, salad, cheesy taters, pierogi pasta, tomatoes, dessert. I guess it’s clambake season!
All in all, it was an excellent holiday weekend…..
UNTIL WE WOKE UP TO THIS ON TUESDAY MORNING:
We may live in a safe neighborhood, but punks will be punks. From what the cop said, this happens every night in the bubble. Strangely enough, they left the GPS but snagged an 80-gig iPod 😦 😦
Have you ever experienced a break-in? I know I shouldn’t be a crazy-lady and worry (the police say it’s a bunch of kids), but I can’t help but feel a bit uneasy in our home now!