Saturday, September 20, 2014

SAYING FAREWELL WITH A STREET FAIR

 Friday evening we went to a street fair in Monrovia, a cute town near us.  The "kids" were all eating, so all I got was their cute little butts.
 These little girls were sure having fun on the pony rides.

This is the closest I've ever been to a SHARK.  Martha and I were brave to get a picture next to those teeth.
 Bet you didn't know I can play a "Spanish Harp".   HaHa I can't but this delightful musician let me give it a try.  We added to his donation basket for the picture and fun.


After roaming up and down the street seeing the vendors we decided on "Rudy's Mexican Food" cafe on the strip.  This was my combination plate and it wad delicious last night, the the leftovers were still good today.
Suitcases in the trunk, and one more hug before leaving for the airport.  Special memories.

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    1. It was sad....but now I re-group and get ready for a trip to Oregon to see Tristan. Life is full of joys and adventures.

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  2. Looks like a lot of fun and the food looks delicious. So happy you and Martha had this time together.

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    1. Sometimes you find a place that just says "We will be back"....Rudy's Mexican Food is one of those.

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  3. I have enjoyed this visit of y'all's!!

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    1. There is a bunch of us bloggers that could have a blast if we could ever get together in one place. You would be included for sure!!

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  4. What a fun last day! Glad you two had such a good time!

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    1. Betsy, it was truly wonderful. I so hope this little break was just what she needed. I wanted to be a blessing to her...and guess who got blessed big time. Me and my dearest.

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  5. Oh! Fun! I love festivals, street fairs, you name it!

    Jane xx

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    1. Being new to the area this is our first time to go to this one...It won't be our last. It was really big, and we didn't see everything. Lots of vendors, food, produce, and crafts.

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  6. You are just beautiful inside and out! I love your zest for life and love for all things the Lord has made. You bless me with your smiles. You are contagious!

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    1. You say the nicest things, Bonnie. I think it's because you have a sweet and lovely spirit.

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  7. What fun! Great way to say Adieu. And that Mexican platter? Wowee!

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    1. That Mexican platter could have served three... It was good! We will visit that place again.

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  8. It seems she just arrived and now she's back at her home.
    I'm so glad you two could finally meet.
    You show so much love and kindness to all you are around.
    Hugs and love...Sue

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    1. She had one more stop on the way home to meet her husband and visit grandchildlren. Then on to home. I told her our blog story and how we met and continue our friendship...glad we live a little closer to each other. See you soon!

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  9. Aww, you both obviously had such wonderful time. I hope that you can repeat the visit, perhaps you will be able to go and see Martha sometime. How fabulous!! xx

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    1. Oh Amy, that would be on my bucket list to visit NY and Martha. There is another blog friend from NY too. Maybe we could all get together.

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  10. So glad that you and Martha had this time together. Perhaps one day I will make the trip to Cali? :)

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    1. Bob, our door is open..wouldn't that be a fun visit. Have you been to CA before? We would love to me you and Ann.

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    2. We have both been to CA. Would love to go again if Ann gets up the courage to fly again with a wheelchair.

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  11. It looks like the two of you had a beautiful time together, but goodbyes are never easy :(

    Hugs to you, dear Wanda!

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    1. We did have a great time. When you get to people together who love the Lord, we felt like sisters, well she is young enough to be my daughter, but we are certainly sisters in the Lord. Great time sharing our lives.

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