100 Happy Days: 93

Who was that masked man?

My friends crack me up. Tonight at Craft Night, Lindsey brought props to make something for a softball teammate. And Greg, in town for business, grabbed a couple so I could take a photo–then took it a step further with his pose. When I mentioned what a good sport he was being, Lindsey said, “He’s from New Orleans. A mask and a boa are like Tuesday for him.”

So there was crafting, dinner (sorry, Jim, no dog-gnawed rolls for Greg), great tales from Greg’s recent trip to Italy, and a brief appearance by Pollock the dog, who will be joining Tim tomorrow on RPM’s Strut Your Mutt team. RPM has raised over $100,000, and they only began in August, whereas some groups began in May. But from the smallest to the largest groups, this is a fantastic fundraising effort to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs throughout the nation. The money raised stays with the local groups, so a lot more of Houston’s dogs and cats will be saved thanks to the tireless fundraising efforts of Team RPM (especially Laura Carlock) and many generous donors.


4 thoughts on “100 Happy Days: 93”

    1. Back in the days when I used to go to work somewhere other than my home office every Monday, I couldn’t bear Sunday nights. Back then, I wished that people still socialized as they did in the 1800s, by gathering for discussions or music or cards on Sunday nights–anything to take the gloom off the end of the weekend.

      Now I do sort of have that social time–it’s just on Fridays instead of Sundays. Whether we craft or whether we end up watching a movie, playing a game, or just talking, it’s good to get together.

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