Keepsake (noun)

– something kept or given to be kept as a memento –


Freshly stolen acquired, from the 18th fairway at Pebble Beach, a little keepsake. Just a couple of divots that will someday be the basis for my entire front lawn. They’re being planted in the greenhouse as we speak.

So we made it home, the house is in one piece, three of the four cats are talking to us and the bags are unpacked. I’m tired. I think I need a vacation from my vacation. A full and detailed reports is to follow, if I get around to it. Good to see everyone;

Steve; Sorry we didn’t get a chance to hang out, but I’m glad you made it out for a bit of golf. What was the result of the game?

Dan and Julie; Thanks for letting us eat your food, drink your beer and generally make slobs of ourselves.

Bob; 1 word – It’s-It! Thank you.

Bernie; It was fabulous of you to facilitate the transaction of Fred. And THANKS for taking the Aussie to the aeroporto (I’d just about had enough of him at that point. What’s the big deal with the accent anyway?).

Fran; Get that wing in shape for next year!

Mom and Pop; See you guys in a few weeks. And Pop, that approach on 18 was a foot from being GLORIOUS!

Yates; Thank you. Enough said.



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4 Responses to Keepsake (noun)

  1. christine says:

    Great score on the divots. And three out of four cats speaking to you is not too shabby. Welcome back.

  2. cyetso says:

    Thanks, It’s good to be home.
    And the fourth cat, Lily, is now speaking to us as well.

  3. Caroline says:

    Your Aussie friend’s accent was really a New Zealander’s. Nice guy. M

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