Monday, September 05, 2005

Labor Day Festivities 

I was at a BBQ most of the day in Glencoe at a parishoner's house. The graciously invited me, along with the Yancuba family, for an afternoon of badmitton (sp?) and grilling. It was lots of fun and good to spend some social time with the Yancubas. Now, I am off to Hyde Park to greet my friends Taylor and Kate who just arrived this morning!!!! Hurrah!! This city is not ready for us all at once!



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By Blogger The Common Anglican, at 3:44 AM  

Re: badmitton (sp)

You can always ask Frank Y. He lettered in it.

By Blogger Reverend Ref +, at 1:04 PM  

bad·min·ton ( P ) Pronunciation Key (bdmntn, -mtn)
A sport played by volleying a shuttlecock back and forth over a high narrow net by means of a light, long-handled racket.

[After Badminton, the Duke of Beaufort's country seat in western England.]

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n : a game played on a court with light long-handled rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a net

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