This is a late Wuss-out Wednesday Post. In my defense, we went to Fratello’s Pizzeria in Frankfort, NY for food and music, one of our favorite things to do. In my accusation (I never did figure out a good word for the opposite of “defense” in these situations), when we came home we watched a DVR’d episode of Reasonable Doubt, another of my favorite things.
Steven got a Shrimp Basket while I had a Chicken Wing Wrap, only with grilled instead of fried chicken. Yum! Steven did not recognize the musician and asked his name. The bartender said, “Jonathan.” I remembered seeing him before and later looked him up in one of my adventure books (that is my fancy name for blank books or notebooks I carry around with me to make notes), Jonathan Minter.
I was not familiar with most of the tunes he played, but I sure dug the acoustic guitar. We were also delighted when my niece Kimi and her boyfriend, Matt, showed up. Fratello’s gets the best clientele!
Back home, we paused in our true crime viewing to admire a rainbow. I took a picture which does not do it justice.
It was altogether a very enjoyable evening, with the result that I overslept this morning. A small price to pay.