“Mr. DiSanto owns another building, the old Stoetzel’s bakery, and has restored the huge brick oven in the back room, hoping to turn the place into a restaurant. The upper two floors (which would make even Brooklyn brownstone dwellers envious) may someday become a bed and breakfast. Right now, Clyde lacks even a motel.”
The above article was found from an interview dad did several years ago…he is now making his dream come true. I laugh because it’s “fever” seems to be contagious.
I talk to mom and she talks about tile and chairs and trips she and dad make to the city to find everything they will need.
I talked to Kim and she talks about all the decorating she and mom are doing.
I talk with Erin and she is busy designing a logo.
I talk to Kay and she talks about T- charts and analyzing systems (it’s from her Xerox black belt knowledge).
It is fun to watch everyone pull together their vast resources and talents to help Poppy or Pops (as Delaney would say) make his dream come true.
Edited: This is not to make light of the many hours the “men” have put in with the floors and the bar! If I recall even Kameron nailed on the floor.