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Fri., May 11, 2012, 11:24 a.m.

Joker: Total Recall Wine & Cheese

Joker on May 11 at 11:07 a.m.

Total Recall: Wine and Cheese

These are fictional characters. Any resemblance to real people and their spray on tans is purely coincidental.

Jennifer was late to her own meeting, but she had to get more “Decline to Sign t-shirts.” When she arrived she scanned the room for Sara, who was sitting patiently on the deck of Bardenay.

“Hi hon,” Sarah waved.

Jennifer walked over to the table and they lightly kissed each other’s cheeks – “muah, muah.”

Jennifer sat down, exhausted: “What a morning. I had to get my pedicure done and pick up the shirts.”

Sara: “It’s ok girlfriend. You can pick up the next glass, I am in need of a refill.”

Jennifer: “Alright, what are you have a having. I am feeling like a Riesling”

Sara: “You read my mind,” signaling the waitress for another glass of wine.

“Are we ready to spend some money today?” Jennifer:

“Yes, I need to get a pair of Rockstar jeans. We have that art benefit next weekend.”

Sara: “Oh I know. I’ve got nothing to wear.”

Jennifer: “After the cash mob, I’ve got some new ideas. We should have a Zumba party at McEuen.”

Sara: “Love it! You are so smart. Think we can get everybody wearing our shirts and we can get on TV.”

Jennifer: “I’ve been thinking about your battle of the bands idea. It’s pretty good. But they have to create some songs about the recall. Do you think they’d be able to do that?”

Sara: “I don’t know. I think so. Last night, the hubby gave me a good thought. What everybody getting their boats on the water and tying them together.. We’ll call it the Coeur d’Alene Yacht In. We can honk our horns to support the Mayor and Council. ”

Jennifer: “OMG. That is so awesome. I better run. I gotta pick up the kids from school and get them ready for some big shopping.”

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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.