Summertime: When The Living Is Easy
Hello, once again, and welcome to my own personal blog for Phil Anderson, and, Phil Anderson Enterprises. For those of you new to visiting here, this site is for updating what’s going on in my world. I thank you for taking the time to find out more about me and my endeavors. To the right of this page you will notice a simple blog roll of businesses and sites that are near and dear to my heart. Some are still in the process of getting started (ok, those would be mine) and others are more put together. I won a contest recently for my wine site, General Wine Thoughts, so you might want to check that one out! I’ve also started a fan page on Facebook called All Kinds of Music to go with my Drinking Wine page. Click these hyperlinks if you like All Kinds Of Music or if you like Drinking Wine!
I’ve just spent time in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee (Washington) and Missoula (Montana), spreading fresh and healthy air to those folks living there (well, those who bought the system, anyway!). During those trips I was able to visit some wineries and start some new relationships. About a week ago I poured at the White Out Table (those wines that pair well with seafood) at Taste Washington! Spokane and you can see a short video about that event if you click here. I show up in the upper left hand corner at about the 2:08 mark and at the end. I’m the bald dude!
My daughter, Tabitha, will be graduating from High School on Wednesday and I am so proud of her. Also, there are three other cousins that are graduating from West Seattle High School this year. At one point there were over TEN cousins all at the same high school! All my aunts and uncles, parents, and grandparents went to, and graduated from, West Seattle High School.
Speaking of my grandparents, their house has sold and will be closing in a couple of weeks which will also close the final chapter on their life in that house. I’ll go through it one more time, think back on the great memories, maybe have a glass of wine, take a few more pictures and then say, “goodbye”, for the last time.
Also, I want to extend a huge THANK YOU to my cousin, Alexander, who is serving in Iraq, as well as Shelley’s son, Tyler, who is now at Marine Officers Training in West Virginia. While I’m at it, thank you to all of the brave soldiers in our military protecting our freedoms. The Fourth of July is just around the corner and I don’t often say thank you to those serving our country.
Lastly, and back to the wine, I DID win a seat on the WBC or Bust trip from Seattle to Walla Walla, for the Wine Bloggers Conference, and it leaves in about ten days! The itinerary is packed and I will be documenting all of it at General Wine Thoughts.
Again, thank you for reading this and I hope you visit again soon.
Until then, Ciao for now!