Tag Archives: Lodi

A Return to Capo’s

“Hey, what’s with the food around here? A kid comes up to me in a white jacket, gives me a Ritz cracker, and uh, chopped liver, he says, ‘Canapes’. I said, uh, ‘can of peas, my ass, that’s a Ritz … Continue reading

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February Wine Club Selections

In the month of February besides writing about birthdays and Valentine’s Day, I will now also get to write about the monthly wine selections from Fine Wine Source in Livonia, Michigan.  I think even more important to picking up the … Continue reading

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A Couple for my Bride

Through the course of a calendar year, every day is special, and once a year my Bride has her day.  Of course, she is so special to so many people that she has multiple celebrations with family gatherings, her cousin’s … Continue reading

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A Fun Night

Ms. Yoga is always a joy to be around, because not only does she like wine, but she is a good egg, as we used to say.  She has a great sense of humor, and things pop up that remind … Continue reading

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Lodi and Puglia

I recently picked up the monthly pair of wines from the Fine Wine Source Wine Club, our newest club and quite close to the house.  While it kind of seems odd to see Lodi and Puglia together in the title, … Continue reading

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A Day for Photos

A lot has changed since I graduated from high school.  It seems to my memory, that we had graduation photos, ordered a class ring, ordered a year book and went to a prom.  I remember driving out to pick up … Continue reading

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Ms. Yoga is Returning

Ms. Yoga is one of my revolving cast of characters that appear on these pages.  If I were to liken her to a cinematic character it may be Rosalind Russel as Auntie Mame, someone bigger than life and hardly a … Continue reading

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