Diva - Glad you got everything straightened around. Also, it's nice to hear that Delta actually follows up on customer service (that's rare these days).I haven't read all the posts of late, but I just wanted to tell you that Delta Airlines refunded my money and companion ticket. They made it right, so I wanted to clear their name since I let everyone know how unhappy I was with them. The lady couldn't believe they treated me so poorly.
Diva, Sounds great and good for you and your family.I had my son and three missionaries from our church as guests. I took a picture of them at the table and sent it to their mothers. They needed to know their sons were being taken care of.
We had turkey, ham, rolls, mashed potatoes and gravy, killer sweet yams, corn. I forgot the stuffing! Cherry, raspberry blueberry, pumpkin, and apple pies. Raspberries were grown by me for the pie and jam. I had help in the kitchen from my son who peeled all the potatoes, yams, and apples. Great table setting with gold silverware (is that what you would call it?), Thanksgiving-themed plates, lovely tablecloths and centerpiece. I love hosting the big feasts.
Diva - I hereby declare you top mom! Seeing Mr. Rogers this afternoon. If anyone is curious the original story can be read on online by typing in Esquire, Tom Junod (the author's real name) hero, Fred Rogers, etc. It's a long article but you will see the genesis of the movie.
Based upon D.C's top ten list, I would say that is around 62-63. JB would know and then some. I thought Richard Clark was great on the show through all of its various forms - from after school at 4:00 to Sat. afternoons for a quick half hour.
Everyone knows who wrote the Bandstand theme song, right? And, we covered the sponsor of the Sat. night- time version, right?
And, he created all versions of The Pyramid shows - which I thought were great!!
"Here is your first subject - Go!"
Thanks, for all of this and for being a pretty class act all the way through.