This past Saturday, the 14th was my birthday. I have always said birthdays are just another day but when you turn 60, it seems a little different. My daughter, Amanda, was determined not to let me spend the day and evening alone. Ricky had a prior music event scheduled at the assisted living center for that night and could not break it. Actually, I would not have wanted him to. Those people at the center look forward to the music and company from Ricky and the guys that play with him.
So Amanda told me she was taking me to dinner. Normally we pick a place and a time and go. Not this time. All she said was we have to be somewhere by 6:00 pm.
From my previous post you can read that we spent the day at the art festival. But before we got there Amanda said we have to make a stop. She took me to Sweet and Sassy Bakery. Before we went in, she said we are going in here and I want you to pick out a cake that will serve about 10. Now my curiosity is peaked but I did what she ask.
Went home, rested a bit and back to Amanda's at 5:15pm to be where ever at 6:00. So we take off and finally arrive at our destination, Fontanella's. I have only been there one other time and wasn't that impressed but they have changed owners and it is now Italian so I was very excited to try it out.
Walked in the door and who do I see, sitting there waiting for me.