April 26, 2007

Four for Fun!

The weather on Tuesday was warm and wonderful! Jen, Madison, Abbey, and I drove to Riverhead for some shopping and lunch. Jen knew of this nostalgic little lunch counter in the oldest part of the town; the food was so good and we enjoyed ourselves immensely! We were so tired by the time we got home and Josh, great guy that he is :o) bought Italian food from Papa Nick's for both our families. This photo was taken after dinner, on our way downtown for Italian ices...

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow...that josh guy sounds REALLY nice...he must be from the midwest, i can't believe he'd be a new yorker.

Abigail said...

Yea, that "Josh guy" is really nice. He's really adapting to the New York ways though. You would NEVER know he is from the Midwest. He really does fit in New York.

Anonymous said...

abbey...isn't this a filtered comment area. those insults should've not been allowed. i'm reporting you to the blog admin

Anonymous said...

dear blog admin.
please block "abigail" from further entries. she's been infected with the new york "attitude" which is highly inappropriate for this web page

sincerely,

concerned person who loves casseroles, crock pots, & beef jerky.

Josh said...

Hey Guys,
I'm sorry to have caused such a controversy. I think "anonymous" is right on the money though. I'll bet he's one fine man
Love you "Mom"
P.S. Abbey...I hope you make things right before services on Sunday

Abigail said...

Dear Anonymous,

I am so sorry for insulting comments. I just thought I was stating the facts. Actually, I was wondering the other day - are people who propose on top of the Empire State Building New Yorkers? Please submit your answer to this perplexing question...

Sincerely,
Abbey

Josh said...

uuhhhhhhh......no they are not. the rule is simple, and is as follows: One can be deeply in love with a new yorker and at the same time not be considered one. as long as said proposal happened on the behalf of said new yorker and not the result of the midwestener attempting to become a new yorker....like i said of said rule, simple

Mary Engesetter said...

But isn't it so that when one marries a New Yorker, he becomes, at the very least, HALF New Yorker? (Sorry Josh, you know I love you...)

"Mom"

josh said...

the only HALF new yorker in my family is Madison

Mom said...

Well, the only thing left to say in this amazing discussion, is that Joshua Fryman fell in love with a New Yorker, married her, and is living happily ever after with their little 1/2 n' 1/2 princess... in New York. Hmmmmm....

josh said...

well said...and for the record, i'm allowed to love living here, after all, there has to be some light!!!!

Mom said...

Now THAT was well said! (final comment on the Engesetter's behalf)