A few weeks later, they came back with their children, Sebastian,
Nicholas and Isabella, and stayed at Edgefield again,
and dined at The
American. They discovered the best diner in the world in
nearby Delanson, called Gibbys.
The kids fell in love with Sharon
They all went searching for a country house or a farm nearby.
They met Michelle Curran, who was their realtor, and became
their dear friend, and she showed them some amazing properties.
And they were adopted by a very elegant Black Cat, who lived
behind the American Hotel. Isabella named her Pinkle
Purr (Pinky, for short) because she looked exactly like
a black cat called Pinkle Purr that Isabella used to have when
they lived overseas.
Pinky is a black cat with a white spot on her chest
story on how she got her white spot. And Pinky always wears
a jeweled pink collar. That Winter, Pinky took them all back
to visit again, and they stayed at the American. They found
a house and some land in the village. And Summer came. And
they stayed in their new Summer house and made lots of new
friends. Like the Schildes at Sunnycrest
They brought great presents from Maureen
at Cobblers and
Joe Todd at The Finishing
Touch, Isabella took dance lessons at the Dance
Studio. They had pizza and calzones and fresh mozzarella
at Ginos. They
had an unbelievable dinner at Alex & Ika's in nearbyCherry
Valley. They went to the Wednesday night concerts on
the green. And in the cool Summer evenings, they wandered the
historic village. They decided that this would be their Summer
place forever. But when the Black Cat ventures, she leaps.
And at the end of that Summer they all decided theyd
rather live in Sharon Springs than anywhere else in the world.
So they did.