Father’s Day reflections

Father’s Day reflections

To end an already very nice day, Jackie & Crisp took me out to Molly Spillane’s in Mamaroneck this evening for a nice meal (I had steak), and I just wanted to note a couple of cool moments-

They were playing some 50’s rock and roll, which led to  Jackie and I talking about the movie American Graffiti, when Crisp asked what the story of it was. We described it as one night in the lives of 60s small town kids as they were about to go off to college or the army, and we said they were looking for the meaning of life- and Crisp came straight back with “Well that’s easy- it’s 42.”*

The second was as we were driving home and Crisp asked if we had any Beatles to listen to, so I put on Revolver (the 2009 mono remix) and was happily singing along with Eleanor Rigby. Jackie was singing along too next to me, and I glanced in the mirror to see Crisp was singing along too.

Little things make me happy 🙂

*If this doesn’t mean anything to you, you need to go read (or listen to) The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

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