Sunday, June 08, 2008

Symphony In the Park


Last night Uncle Joe and I got to go to Symphony in the Park, sans children!

It was a very hot and humid evening, but pleasant nonetheless. We got to see friends we haven't seen in a while and hear some good music performed by the Muskogee Community Band. It was held at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee and has become an annual event. I think it improved since the last time we went.
Here is the picnic basket we bought there. It was full of meat, cheez, and fruits and veggies. ( I let UJ have ALL the celery. haha)





























There are banners for sale every year. They are all very nice but this one was my favorite. I loved the color.......
















I wanted a shot of the moon over the band tent. You can see the moonspeck....


The night ended with fireworks.

How can a night that ends in fireworks be a bad one?? It can't.










Well there was the fact that we parked up a hill and while trudging up it in the dark in my new sparkley blue flipflops I got both feet stuck in a mud slide, then had to dig them out and step in more mud up to my ankles! I had mud all over me and my clothes by the time I got to the top. haha

11 comments:

  1. Fireworks make just about any night terrific.
    It sounds like a fun time, even if there was no peanut butter for the celery.

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  2. How fun! Parks are very unappealing around here this year. I'm thinking we are not going to have a summer at all. It's depressing.

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  3. A perfect end to a perfect evening.. UJ carrying you back to the car.
    hee hee

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  4. all of my nights end with fireworks but people don't seem to like them. They tend to smell a little

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  6. JD: for me to eat celery there would have to be a lot of peanut butter and very little celery.

    SEKR: It was a hot but fun evening.

    Doozie: yes we have had some of those nights this week. P U!!

    Ponder: I'll let you rephrase that.

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  7. OK
    now go forth and be nice

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  8. i'm always nice, maybe sometimes a little sarcastic....you should know that.

    what's with the deletion....did i cross a line???

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  9. you were right up there standing on it and it embarassed me

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  10. You've coined a beautiful new word: "Moonspeck". Quite poetic.

    I am looking at the picture of the picnic food and I am getting hungry...why does food always taste better when eaten out of doors?

    This sounds like a lovely evening. Music, fireworks...er...mud?...well may not the mud part!

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