Jack and I are pretty quiet folks. Well, he's quiet anyway, but we don't have a big posse we hang with every week. He doesn't have a man cave where his buddies come to watch sports and whatever else goes on in a man cave. I don't have a she shed. Wait, I do have the spot where the lawn tractor is stored but it's not too cute for any girl bonding. However, we're not hermits either and during the year we have Church socials we attend. In February it's usually the "Cheap Good Night Out and Chili Cook-Off" social. It's gone from being a big get-together with chili contests and skits to a more quiet affair. Yesterday we went and it wasn't as well attended as usual. I think the younger crowd has better things to do than eat chili! The food that was there was really good and the chili contest was fun. But what was better was catching up with a couple that used to live in Ashland but moved to Utah many years ago. Back here visiting, they took the time to attend last night and we had a nice time reminiscing about the good old days when we were all young and our kiddos were little. They had 9 girls! They did finally get a boy after they moved. (Their son tragically passed away at age 18). We found out they have 45 Grandkids....yep, they win that contest! We may not have a packed social schedule but there are people who will always hold a special place in our hearts and memories. Larry and Sally are one of those couples. Hopefully they will pass this way again and we can sit and share a meal and some laughs.