Kathy Brennan Asks “Where R U From”?

Where r u from?                                       Where  r u from?                                       Where r u from?

Brennan, KathyThese are the words that are said almost every time you meet someone new   in Florida. 

What drives us all to spend the winters in Florida? That’s easy, no snow, no sleet, no ice, and no frigid temperatures.

What drives us all to pursue shuffleboard?  Is it fate?  Is it chance? …….. WHAT?? ……I have no answer.

But here we are by a twist of fate…and with this we make many acquaintances from all over the world.  We make friends and we make dear friends; friends that remain friends for the rest of our lives. 

Shuffleboard is NOT just a game that gives us some physical activity >> but a game that makes our minds keep  working!!  Working  on  the scoreboard; working on the strategy….but   it is a game that fills our social lives with things to do and places to go.

Sent along by Kathy Brennan with THANKS.  Stan McCormack, 2017 01 22.

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4 Responses to Kathy Brennan Asks “Where R U From”?

  1. Bill and Maureen. says:

    You are so right Kathy, so many good friends made along the way. Win or lose the game, we make great memories and find new friends we all treasure. Bill and Maureen Bryan from Canada.


  2. Joyce Smith says:

    Kathy, my buddy. That is so true.


  3. Nancy Taylor Sclafani says:

    Kathy, I think you hit the nail on the head. Well said!!!


  4. Myrna Bilton says:

    So true Dear Kathy.
    Thanks for telling the world!!
    Your friend, Myrna


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