Mug Up July 31

We had a great Mug Up this Sunday.  Linda Colman, FOB from Ann Arbor, MI came by with Bill Heckencamp and Jane Gibbs from Newburyport.  Charity Ciaramitaro came bearing warm bagels and cream cheese, and showed us her first paintings and some of her photography (the first she had shown them to anyone – it is a great honor to be the first to see someone’s work, and it was wonderful – she has a great eye).  Schooner Adventure’s Peter Souza stopped by bearing a CD gift of sea songs by John Roberts.  The Boss was here as was Thom Falzarano, Ed Collard (who brought some glazed “walnuts” to taunt Paul “Paulie Walnuts” Frontiero with), Paul and Kathy Frontiero brought themselves and brownies with “walnuts”, R.D., Paul and Sue Morrison (who made some awesome zucchini bread from the monster zuccini in their garden – see R.D. pictured with it, the bread, not the monster zuccini), Ruth brought a cool fruit salad and Winslow came bearing blueberry muffins.  Greg Bover was back for a visit from his organ installation at Harvard and arrived in his sailboat.  I made my famous coffee and deviled eggs (in spite of the previous day’s egg explosion event).  Everyone had a great time and no one left hungry.

E.J. Lefavour

6 thoughts on “Mug Up July 31

  1. EJ, Kathy Frontiero asked me to come to mug up Sunday but missed mass on Saturday and took my mom on Sunday morining 1030 mass. Hope to come next sunday with my famous Bananna bread.


  2. EJ, very nice to meet you the other day. You are a wonderful hostess, and your gallery had a great vibe. Thank you!


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