They gathered once more… same place, new faces.
This time with another classmate from the Philippines. They’ve known each other for 50-something years but they haven’t outgrown that closeness or camaraderie since their childhood.
I dreaded driving off Ande to San Diego… with the thought of wasting not only eight precious hours… but two days! So I prepped myself with my well-charged Ipad Pro and cellphone plus the 4th edition of Saunders’ practice guidelines.
Saturday. Breakfast is always unappealing to me, especially that I know these bunch of golden girls would just end up sitting in the comfort of any diner or restaurant later, LOL.
We set-off to Cabrillo National Monument first and ended up in the “Kissing Statue” or the Unconditional Surrender Statue at the Port of San Diego after a two-hour harbor cruise.
I was amazed and famished!!!
The golden girls had all the stamina missing lunch for straight 8 hours! Now that’s a record. So, there’s something that can be done, really, in an eight hour lapse.
Picture this — one had a recent heart surgery (she cannot carry heavy loads except her purse), the other uses a cane due to a torn meniscus (takes forever to wait for her hahaha just kiddin’), a roadrunner with ADD (LOL), a very safe reckless driver (she makes a turn and parks at 60mph)…. a famished bystander.
Dinner was good. They all agreed they committed a sin — gluttony.