Sorry about a delay in posting.
I've been having fun with Social Security and various insurance companies...getting to know everyone on a first name basis. Not sure how well the friendships are progressing.
Paul is downstairs working away... hour four of exercising....REALLY!
He just won't give up!
I found Paul a set of seven operas featuring his favorite tenor...Giuseppe Di Stefano.
He can't listen to Di Stefano singing Tosca without crying!
I see Paul crying then I start...it's messy around here today.
We've had a nice week.
Saturday Peter & Ann King and Matt Millen met us for lunch at Tabor Road Tavern.
Matt lives in the country and farmer has been added to his credits. His calving stories are hilarious. Paul had tears rolling down his face.
I guess any story requiring chains and getting shit in the face is funny....right?
Tom Ward came by yesterday to bring a case of surprises to Paul....Vermeil wine surprises.
We just had a bottle of 2003 Zin - Frediani Vineyard...a gorgeous wine!!
Full of depth and dark, rich fruit....ahhh!!
Yesterday I received a call from Tom Danyluk. He's compiled several articles that Paul has had published over the years and he is going to send me a disc so that I can make a copy for Paul. Thanks Tom!
I am so grateful that so many people keep Paul in their hearts!! It's the only way we are making it through this neck-whipping ride.
I thought a few of you might like glimpse of some of the book that Paul had started to write before his stroke...his memoirs.
I scanned his rough draft of his coverage of the 1980 Olympics.
Here it is......