Nice version of Elvis singing "Happy Birthday". It's good because it's short and sweet.
Yesterday my wife, Irene, took me to Baton Rouge for dinner in Mississauga. Both the quality and quantity of the meal met expectations. The honey mustard salad was so good that I gave it to Irene and she loved it. The main course included huge baked potatoes which we enjoyed immensely. Irene had Altantic salmon as her main entrée and I had sirloin steak. They were both cooked to our specifications and filled us up.
The dessert, chocolate mousse, was ok, but we really didn't need it.
The bill which included two beverages came to $61.00. This was bit higher than most family restaurants, but for good homecooked food, it's a bargain.
As far as my age is concerned, I've been around before rock and roll and TV.
I've worked at Canada Post for over 35 years. You can discover my postie years at www.cupw.info.
My wife and I have a family website at www.daveandirene.ca. There lots of pictures of our families, Ontario, and Newfoundland on this site. There's also great oldies that you play in the background.
Since I've retired, I've lost 16 pounds from working out and playing volleyball.
I still have goals that I want to achieve beyond paying off the mortgage. I want to succeed as a writer and screenwriter.
I've been lucky in life to have secure pensions. I've been lucky as well to have the ability to express myself with words and images.
Enjoy a song about the 1950s from the Statler Brothers.
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