Elizabethe and I attended an ESL event tonight at the George Eastman House. John Lynch, Executive Vice President of ESL Investment Services talked about the state of the economy, factors that affect the GDP and forecasts. It was quite educational.
After the event they put on quite the spread with a couple of carving stations and grazing stations. The food was great.
As we left they gave each of us a parting gift… a bottle of wine.
Okay, I appreciate their generosity, but I wonder if they understand how many people don’t drink wine. Thus, I’ll write them a thank you note and recommend next time they also have sparkling cider for those who don’t drink.
We hit a few stores as we are gearing up for our 3 months without grocery shopping. We hit the Indian, Turkish and Asian markets. (Produce is much cheaper there.)
The Asian market has a nice bakery. I picked up a couple of pork buns for lunch.
Since we were in Henrietta we used our Harbor Freight Tools coupons. I got a few storage items. One is for my little X-E1 camera so I can keep it in the car without worry of it getting damaged.