Saturday, October 13, 2007



They say that Charity Begins at Home but Howard and Cathy -- among the most charitable people I know -- took the phrase to a new extreme this week by opening up their house in Colorado for a good cause.  In fact, as a prize in a Silent Auction to benefit The Vail Jazz Foundation, they offered a full gourmet dinner at their house.  Not only did they fly to Colorado for the occasion, but they also waited on the winners -- a group of Lucky Gluttons if there ever was one -- hand and foot.  Howard and Cathy:  You've inspired me.  I've decided to auction off the contents of my freezer for charity, starting with the Garlic Bread and Vodka that were already there when I moved in ...!


frankandmary said...

I don't think garlic bread & vodka would have lasted that long in my freezer.  I don't eat much bread or drink any longer, but if it was THERE.

mpnaz58 said...

Charity is also subject to interpretation.  I think I'll pass bidding on the contents of your freezer!
xoxo ~Myra

tenyearnap said...

How sweet of you! --Cin

gazker said...

They say, charity, begins at home. I would have eaten the garlic bread and downed the voddie the first night as a little welcome to my new home party!
Gaz ;-)

princesssaurora said...

LOL... not going to auction off a Starbucks latte?

be well,

beckiepainton said...

garlic bread and vodka, sounds like a friday night.Beckie x