EAT HERE

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Marilyn Armstrong

A friend told me she never knows what I’m going to write about. It’s always a surprise. Truth is, I don’t know what I’m going to say until I say it either. I am always surprised. I love my computers and cameras, yet hate cell phones. Go figure. Serendipity is a very apt name. Whatever you aren't looking for, you'll find it here. I'm a reader, a photographer, amateur historian. I've been around a while, so I have an Old Person perspective thing happening. Which doesn't prevent me from having an insatiable hunger for gadgets, electronic toys, and traveling when we can.

24 thoughts on “EAT HERE”

    1. For a long time, although the diner was invented in Massachusetts, they disappeared completely. In the last 20, people have been finding and restoring old diners all across the state. It’s great. We had lunch at Miss Mendon today and I have pictures I need to process. I think they came out nicely but I won’t know till I download them.

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    1. Diners are possibly one of the truly unique American cultural icons. And I absolutely love them! This only looks gone from the back (where no one is supposed to be peeking :-) It’s all shiny from the front.

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