Sue Ann and I have been best of friends since the beginning of the Cancer Control at Relay Catalysts in the NEDIV. Boy – is that a funny name of a WORKGROUP or what? Sue Ann is a twin of a family of five girls. Julie is her very cool twin sister and I have spent some good times with the 2 of them together. Schuyler is the fortunate one to have “Sue Sue” as his god mother and she is always so wonderful to have as a friend to talk to about ANYTHING and EVERYTHING. I really treasure her.
She met this really cool guy (enter Jeremy) a few years ago??? It seems like forever ago – – but probably was a 2 years – I think? I just remember his calming and caring nature and how he makes her smile. I have one other pic of them that I took at Samantha’s birthday party – but you can see the love radiate when you look at photos of them together. Steve’s sister has proclaimed them a “match”! That means a lot! : )
Steve and I have spent a few nights having dinner at our house with Sue Ann & Jeremy, who have been so great to “welcome” me into the Southern NE neighborhood… ha ha… that goes a long way girlfriend! WE CAN’T wait for the wedding!
Dinner Menu at the Cook Home 12/27/07
Wine: Raymond Cabernet Sauvignon 2003, Sunce Meritage 2003, and Terra Aringa (from Chile) 2003 Merlot
Aps: Olives and Almonds (oh how mediterranean!)
Salad: Caprese (Steve’s wife special recipe, including the expensive balsamic)
Dinner: Salmon (garlic & thyme) wrapped in Phyllo dough, baby red potatoes with MONTREAL sauce / EVOO and steamed asparagus.
Dessert: Lemon Squares – (see my fave recipe for this scrumptios number!)
P.S. Oh ya – it was Jeremy that recommended the Boston Marathon Chili below! Can’t wait to try it out!