Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004
Because of the many half steppers and the great time we had on Friday night, our turnout was light.
The front nine we had two chicks and eight guys.
The two young ladies with game were Michelle Riopelle and Karen Trybus.
After the second hole Karen got a cell call from Mary Duffy who asked if she could come out and still play?
We told her to stay in bed but she came out anyway.
Mary (with full make up and hair curled) proceeded to play about two holes of the remaining 7 and spent the rest of the time talking on the cell phone.
Among others she called her friend Joy O Neil whose married to Shaquiel, it was great to hear her voice, ya right.
The guys were Brad Ford, Rick Haensler,Mark Raynovich,Tim Ford, Terry Bishop, Dr. Brian Laura, Doug Minitas and yours truly.
Terry and Dr. Brian were the stars, although Brad thought he played great, just ask, he'll tell you.
On the back nine we lost Michelle, Rick and Doug, who said they had a date with their couch and had to go, unfortunately we didn't lose Mary who had a couple more calls to make.
But the bright spot was the arrival of Riverview Community High School's own version of "Annie" otherwise known as Mary Ellen Ward.
Mary Ellen's swing was fun to watch although the expletives made even the likes of Mary Duffy turn "blue".
The team of Tim Ford, Brad Ford, Mark Raynovich, and Dr Brian Laura took first place.
The high point of the golf outing was that we had no losers as we came in second place.
Although Mary Duffy finally lost her cell phone. I wonder who snatched her phone? lol Hmmm I guess we'll never know.
The other Rumor, which was our very own National Inquirer exclusive, was the other late arrivee Florida's own Michele Lafayette, never got out of the heated cart which she shared with her longtime "friend" Brad (no last name needed), other than to stick her hand out and wave like she was the Florida State homecoming queen of 1978 that she was, honest, scouts honor.
The closest to the pin winners were Terry Bishop & Dr. Laura who gave out advice on golf and anything else you might ask.
Be sure to read Dr Laura's column in the local Inquirer and have your questions ready for the next reunion.
For the Nat Inquirer this is Yours Truly signing off.
Be nice, and remember the power of the pen.