Letters to Tuvia#227 A Whirlwind Weekend(5-15-16)

Morning T,

It’s a sunny but chilly Sunday and I’ve been on the go since Friday afternoon. The BCJ  Movie Club met in Newburgh for George Clooney/ Julia Roberts  in Money Monster  and it was probably our favorite  from our past selections.  Not sure if it will remain with me, but it held our attention for 90 minutes.

Probably our frenetic work on Tell It Digital at Christine’s and our walk at the Hudson and dinner with a view was even more memorable. Hopefully our promo will be ready for public viewing by Thursday when I meet with our first potential customer.

Back at my end of the Hudson,  a mini renovation began by 8:30. A small crew arrived to transform my dark living room into a space with LIGHTS!!! It was good that I could trust Angelo  and  escape and  to journey up to Ellenville for a walk with Jeff, Marla and the stars of the day: Nas and Eliana!!!!  Then lunch at our go-to diner- Ricky-Lynns with Herbie and Martin and then back on the road, itching to get home for the reveal.


A quick nap and it was time for dinner with Marie-France and Don: great food, reasonable prices and a very heated political”discussion ” defending HILLARY!  I’m sure you know where I was landing..  Damn, I missed your support!

And on this Sunday morning after the bills have been paid just minutes ago, I’m hoping that the sun warms us up and I can host Tara and Scott in style, on the porch.  Fingers crossed!!!!

You’re smiling.  It  sounds like I’m figuring things out,  embrace this life. Yes, I am even if I hit the wall regularly.  You left me with so many gorgeous memories.  I was grateful but never ready to say good-bye. So my life continues and I want my life to be as well-lived as yours.

I carry you with me my love, a coat of Tuvia.

Miss you, Tuv R.

Bonnie S.


5 thoughts

  1. All those things make a wonderful weekend, Bonnie. The lights are awesome! Enjoy your Sunday, including Tara and Scott, and hope it does warm up. We are getting chilly again, then warm by the end of the week. Ah spring that can’t decide what it is.

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