Sunday, June 21, 2009

Fathers Day in Tulsa


I had a wonderful Father's Day. Susan served me breakfast in bed and presented me with Father's day cards hand made by Molly and Will, and another from Smokey. We went to church at our friend Greg's church, came home and took a nap. At my age that's about as much excitement as I can stand.


We had a late lunch/early supper at our favorite Chinese restaurant P. F. Chang's.


Then a great concert at the Jazz Depot. The David Teegarden Quartet with Mike Moore on trumpet, Kenny Quinn on piano and Bucky Young on bass. Excellent! I had a great day.

5 comments:

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]

Bonjour Bill.

Je vois que la Fête des Pères s'est bien passée surtout si Smokey a offert son cadeau !
Quant à la cuisine chinoise, j'adore...
Avez-vous commencé de lire le livre ?
Kisses

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Is David Teegarden related to Jack?
I'm not a jazz enthusiast but my husband was and I remember that name from the dim and distant past.

Belated Father's Day wishes, you were obviously very spoilt (as is right).

Anne

Sunshine said... [Reply to comment]

Happy Father's Day! It looks like you had a great day.

Tulsa Gentleman said... [Reply to comment]

Elleona.


J'ai eu une belle Fête des pères. Susan a de très spécial. Elle est véritablement une bénédiction pour moi.

J'ai lu le petit livre d'une couverture à l'. L'histoire de cette région est très intéressante. Ma compréhension de la plupart des croisades sont dit perspective de l'anglais et voici le mouvement en France. Il est difficile de déterminer ce que des avantages durables pour les croisades avait personne.

Le règlement de cette zone semble presque similaire à la frontière américaine. Fournir des mesures d'incitation sont à inciter les colons à venir à un terrain difficile où la ressource naturelle la plus abondante est le sel.

Où est votre rapport à cette ancienne ville fortifiée? Je suppose que je devrais faire apparaître dans Google Earth et à l'apparence de votre adresse. Je pourrais vous voir dans votre jardin.

Comment faites-vous avec les médecins et les tests? Le plus dur est l'attente. Une fois le plan est déterminé le focus peut être plus précis. Permettez à vos amis vous aider.

Tulsa Gentleman said... [Reply to comment]

Anne - I am familiar with Jack Teegarden the trombone player and but can't find a connection with David. But Jack was married several times and had kids with more than one woman so they might be related. To tell you the truth, I was not familiar with David Teegarden until yesterday. He is a very solid drummer. But all these guys were solid. The gentleman paying piano was quite elderly and bent over the piano with very little motion but pulled a very sophisticated sound out of the grand piano. The trumpet player alternated with his flugelhorn for some very smooth jazz sound. The bass player laid a foundation for the band that was solid as a rock. I can't remember hearing better. We need to find out where they play and catch them again.