Anyway, among the things we found out about Mr. Bob is that he is an artist...He said I looked like the girl with the pearl earring and Savannah reminds him of a Monet painting. I have no idea what it is called, but I think I might know which one he is referring to.
We spent a delightful afternoon at Red Lobster fellowshiping with Mr. Bob and Mrs. R...my diet got completely blown with a delicious peice of Key Lime pie. I could not convince him that I didn't want it. Oh well...I very rarely mess up that bad. I'll be really, really good all this week food-wise to make up for it. (More broth!! Eee...)
Mr. Bob is a really nice fellow. I remember the first time I saw him I felt rather intimidated by him (he's tall)...but since found out he's just a big jolly man who enjoys life.
Mrs. R is a sweet happy lady...her husband wasn't at church today, so Mr. Bob happily fed her lunch too. We were a rather amusing party...plenty of laughter and plenty of conversation. Both of them are extremely easy to talk to and treat us with respect. Mr. Bob is quite a gentleman--down to pulling out your chair for you and opening the door.
There was so much we talked about that it would take me forever to remember it all--but the subjects ranged from art, to traveling, to Aspergers, to food, to family histories, to...well, you get the picture.
We got rained on on the way home. Savannah drove because I got a little buzzy after that Key Lime pie--sugar shock I suppose. Anyways, it was good--but something I do not intend on eating again for a very long time. (I did not eat the crust--which would have made things worse.)
We had a very delightful, restful day. By the way, we covered the nature of the Trinity in membership class today. Pastor S is quite engaging--he also talks very fast. My alto sounded pretty flat today, but oh well...one can only keep trying. ;)