Eunice’s mother asked her why she was going to meet a “perfect stranger.”
Eunice answered that I wasn’t a stranger, and I added that I’m not perfect either. We had so much fun getting better acquainted. She picked me up at the Kennedy Presidential Library where Manny and I spent a couple of wonderful hours browsing at our own rate through the exhibits.
From there we dropped her boyfriend off at a park where he could search for hidden treasures. He found a cross.
I threw the stick for JT.
Manny tried to ride her, but JT thought he was her toy.
She didn’t bite Manny, but it was clear that she would rather have Eunice throw him so she could play fetch than have him ride on her back.
JT finally got a little disgusted at having to pretend to be friends with Manny, but don’t tell Manny that. He was a little amazed that someone didn’t immediately think he was better than opening day of clam season in Boston.
We had a wonderful lunch at Chili’s near Braintree, MA, then picked Ron back up at the park by the JFK Library.
She suggested that I start my Freedom Trail hike at the USS Constitution, so after some parting pictures, we went our separate ways. Thank you Eunice for such a wonderful adventure. It was a great treasure meeting my second blogger friend in person. 🙂 See you in November! 🙂