- Published: Friday, November 02 2018 19:22
On this fabulous Friday we had six noteworthy individuals attend the Romeo Brunch at the General Store Patio. The weather and the food were fabulous, along with the catch up conversations from some we haven't seen in a few weeks. Yours truly was able to be in attendance thanks to the charitable Uber driver; "Ron Formula One Grove". I have just finished 17 post op days from knee replacement surgery and I can tell you what a pleasure it is to spend time outside with visitors from Joe Arapaio's past line crews. Their luncheon choices were basic from baloney sandwiches to PB&J. The J will gives it a kick. Tim Sauer looked great and was talking about his left hip being replaced in December. Why do we wear out? Tom Nielsen looked great and he and his family had spent a few weeks traveling,as he always does. Frank Stock is battling the stock market and his knees. Next treatment he is hoping to have the hyaluranic acid injections....hopefully that will improve the condition. John Spellman's health and business is doing very well. He currently has 20 professional sports teams that he is catering for and things are looking promising. Dave Schoenbeck has been spending plenty of pleasurable time with his children and grandchildren and he has rented a house for a week in Chicago to enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday with all. Everything is well except for the tendenitis in both elbows. That has a tendency to hindering golf contact. Hopefull some cortisone shots will take care of the problem.
Please forgive my omission of Brent Keil who is one of the most steadfast attendees to our royal gatherings. Brent it must’ve been the pain medication because I would never forget your presence for any other reason. Brent is finally making a lot of progress on his leg injuries that he incurred while painting his house with his son. Everything is looking back to normal and he is Looking forward to having a great holiday season. I don’t think I forgot anyone else, but if I did, it wouldn’t surprise me at my age. Everyone have a great week. GerryWrite comment (0 Comments)