The Friday Lunch Bunch February 4, 20011 at Little
Brother's Bistro. We had a nice lunch. The food is always good at
little Brother's Bistro. We had some missed communications and two
of the girls lunched somewhere else. So today hope everyones
got the word to meet at the Dragon House.
The Friday Lunch
Bunch fine donations presented to
The Sumter Humane Society
On December 23, 2010
$115.00 was presented to the Sumter Humane Society. We thank The Friday Lunch Bunch
members & guest for their fine donations...thank
you Mary C. All fines helps to support the
animals at Sumter Humane Society. Our fines and
Trisha Howard, SHS Executive Shelter Director at
Sumter Humane Society I delivered our fines. We're in
the back with the Andersonville 81 that were recued
from the puppy mill.
donation total now is $1418.21. We will soon have a 4 x 5 dog kennel named
in our honor...stay tuned for its unveiling. We are
invited for a pizza lunch at Sumter Humane Society ...dtba.
Humane Society .
The Friday Lunch Bunch official Grace.
thank you Rena.
"Ladies at Lunch" by Jeff
One day, while waiting for an appointment,
I decided to have a quick lunch at a quaint little cafe
near my meeting place. Being by myself, I was free to
observe all the other diners. I was particularly drawn to
a round table across the room. There was such joyful
energy exuding from the six ladies seated there. I
couldn't take my eyes off them. This was no quick bite to
eat for them;
"Ladies at Lunch"
by Jeff Williams
this was a social event! They were very stylishly dressed
and seemed to be admiring each others outfits. They were
in their own little world; totally oblivious to anything
going on around them.
I couldn't hear their conversations, but I could tell they
were all friends. At times it seemed as though they
were all speaking at once, but their laughter, eye
contact and the nods of their heads showed that everyone
was following every detail of every story. Their faces
expressed every emotion, from sadness and compassion to
I was so captivated by the interaction between these
ladies that I not only cancelled my lunch order, but also
the appointment I was waiting for. I went directly back to
my studio, and began to paint. Their images still so fresh
in my mind's eye. With every brush stroke I could hear the
muffled sounds of their voices, exclamations and laughter.
What a wonderful connection these ladies had. It was
"Magical" and I felt compelled to attempt to capture it on
Thank You Mary Faye for suggesting
this artwork and story by Jeff Williams visit Jeff's
website Jeff Williams