We Got Alot Goin’ On!!

We Got Alot Goin' On!!

It seems life provides alot to handle at times. You too? I find a sip & bite works for me, and then sometimes I have to gulp. I think everyone is dealing with difficult circumstances in one fashion or another. Tough decisions with surgeries and illnesses, work decisions to make, fallen trees to remove, missing loved ones…life is tough to experience at times. I have come to the conclusion that everyone is going through some-thing. I would hate to do life alone, because I think we all have “alot goin’ on” and so thankful to have family and friends who will sip, bite or gulp with me.
A favorite old Diner in Baltimore is the Sip & Bite; it is near Fells Point, on Boston Street. I ate there again this week and ordered The Eastern Shore. This is a sandwich of crab meat, eggs and bacon on rye. It is very Baltimore, as they say. This might be a strange combination to some, but not to others and I gulped it.
So have a good day whether you sip, bite or gulp life.

A favorite old diner in Baltimore is the Sip & Bite, it is near Fells Point, on Boston Street. I ate there again this week and order The Eastern Shore. This is a sandwich of crab meat, eggs and bacon on rye. It is very Baltimore, they say.

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  1. 1

    Cynthia said,

    My Friend – you are gifted viewer of the world and even more gifted worder of words…both God given traits and ones in which He delights…as do I!

    Finishing up breakfast in the rental at Keystone before heading up my favorite mtn where I know this verse will run in my brain…The LORD is in His holy temple. Let all the earth keep silence before Him. I “hear” that verse each time I ski.

    Any update on your tree removal? Hugs

    Sent from my iPhone

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    Paula Walborsky said,

    My grandfather often took me to his favorite diner for breakfast when I was a little girl. It was called the Knife and Fork. I remember that when we walked in everyone would greet him, like Norm entering “Cheers”. Norm! Arthur! And my grandfather would show me off, ” This is my granddaughter, Paula Sue.” Everyone would smile and it felt so warm and welcoming. I think that was a gulp place. Big bites of life coming at you, big memories being made. Bites and sips are learned behavior for me. I tend to over-indulge.

    I look forward to you being home again, Susanne. Love, P

    • 4

      Loved your story, Paula Sue. Diners are like that, I think. A big dining room like with people who know each other and are glad to see you again and show you off!! Deanna, our last time waitress sat down with us for a little bit (not bite) to say hello. I’m starting to feel like a regular. See you soon. sf


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