It’s Good to Have Friends

Mike and Jane Glynn have been friends of mine since high school and the best part of taking an East Coast route was finally getting to visit them again! I spent the morning working from the beach house in Sandbridge and then loaded up My Precious to make my way further south.


I’m going to miss breakfast with the Webb family.

Angel made another excellent breakfast and then I gave everyone a ride to the beach.


N8 still had watermelon hair.

When I finished work, I took off and drove down the road to Greensboro.


Mike could tell there was rain coming and set up a tent because nothing interrupts Grillmaster Glynn.

While we waited for dinner, I met Jane’s new granddaughter who entertained us with some lively tunes.


Mixmaster Evie

We enjoyed a delicious meal.


Grilled corn wins. Forever.

And some tasty brews.


Gaelic Ale was Mike’s favorite.


The Poet was my favorite.

We listened to Mike’s new favorite music which turned out to be Bluegrass. I haven’t been forced to enjoy that since Tyler played with the band. Afterwards, we talked about politics and each vowed “never trump” and to have a “trexit” and somehow when Gogo came home we ended up singing Cabinet Battle #2. It was all very American.

It was late and I’d been drinking so we decided to call it a night. The next day I was making the final leg of my #mtts2016 pregame and so clearly I needed some rest!

About isherri

I'm a family engagement expert who travels for work and for pleasure. In fact, I’m half hippy, half clown, latte sipping, brunch munching, MINI driving, rabid social media enthusiast.
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