“Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.” ~ attributed to John Wesley
Today, on this rainy, cold day, Stacy celebrated her fifty-second birthday. It was, she says, not at all like the day she was born. That day was sunny and 74. (I’m sure she got that information from her mom <insert smile>.) Sarah Dorpinghaus, Marie Dale, and I took her Bangkok House for a celebratory Thai lunch. We were so full that we skipped the celebratory dinner. In between were celebratory cookies, pumpkin roll, and a homemade birthday card filled with cute kittehs made by sweet co-workers Sarah, Shell Dunn, and Angela Pulley respectively. On the way back from lunch, we ambled through The Singletary Center for the Arts hoping to stop in the museum. They’re not open on Monday, in case you’re thinking of going. Nevertheless, we took advantage of the dry indoors for a few quick, albeit super dark, photos. Happy Birthday, Stacy! I sure am thankful for you (and please don’t hate me because the photos aren’t good).