Wow it’s almost July. I am working on getting things ready at the house for the 4th of July picnic. After that picnic I have to get into La Vigna Picnic mode.
My uncle and I are meeting on Monday for a quick breakfast and picnic planning. We have some new ideas for this year for the kids that should make things fun and exciting. I am looking forward to this years picnic more than usual since we have a few more people helping with the planning and work this year. I am still going to run the 50/50 and the seed spitting contest. I love seeing my family and hanging out and just taking it easy.
In the last few weeks I have been made the committee chair of the LOPSA Education Committee. We are in the middle of getting the training schedule and trainers together for OLF and OLFu. I also stepped up and volunteered for one of the empty board seats on the LOPSA board. Last night I had my first board meeting. I have gotten the feel of how things work on the call and got some ideas that I need to flesh out to help fix some of the issues that are plaguing LOPSA. It also looks like I will be going to a face to face board meeting in August.
As well as the picnic and LOPSA, work, LUG/IP, LOPSA-NJ and PICC I have been working on a new web site with my friend John LeMasney. It’s going to be a food based web site that will explore the making, buying, cooking and eating of the food of Central New Jersey. We want to be the premier destination for those interested in Central New Jersey food. I hope to go live in the next few weeks. We are looking for writers who have a passion for food in Central New Jersey. So if you want to write for us send me an example of your writing and a little bit about yourself to email@example.com.
So some family news Avery is now a senior in high school and has her drivers license. This is great I don’t have to drive her all over the place to her friends and dance or back to school, the down side is I don’t get to spend as much time with my daughter. Otherwise every thing is going great and I am looking forward to a hot humid summer.