Patrick James Powderly (1929-2014) – Find a Grave Memorial
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Wedding Party | LaurenScoredAPatrick
Maid of Honor
Rachael and I met at PSU, got closer when our 21st birthday’s rolled around, and became bffs when she moved to Baltimore post-college. If it came down to it, Rachy is the one that would be at my door within 2 hours of any ’emergency’ I was having, big or small. You can find us texting 24/7 – Pat always asks “how do you still have things to talk about?!” – and always trying to find a free weekend or sneaky weeknight to reunite.
Matron of Honor
Growing up, I spent my summers at LBI where Erin and I met in our young Haven Beach Club sailing days. After meeting, it took 0 time for us to become attached at the hip. Erin was my first “roommate” and I mean roommate in that every summer we basically lived together in the tiny room with a trundle at my grandparents beach house. Every night was a sleepover and every day we sat on the beach and did nothing. Our friends affectionally dubbed us with a nickname we haven’t been able to shake to this day. IYKYK.
Clare is my soon-to-be Sister! Clare and I clicked from the start, so much so that multiple people have asked me if I met Pat through my friendship with Clare. When Quarantine hit, the two of us spent 18 hours driving from Baltimore to Naples, Florida where we then lived together for three months. That time together gave us the opportunity to truly get to know each other and bond. I truly could not have picked a better person to call my Sister-In-Law if I tried!
Na! Jenna is a PSU friend and my ultimate ‘YES’ girl. A true genuine soul with a compassion for people that is second to none. Her spirit is contagious and there hasn’t been a time or a place with Jenna that isn’t a top memory or experience. That being said, when you hear her shrill on the dance floor, don’t say I didn’t warn ya 😉
Kelsey joined The Dune Lane Crew when we were in high school and it has become impossible to remember the years before she came. Kels is a true soul that lights up every room she walks into and goes out of her way to make everyone feel welcome. When Pat and I make our regular visits to NYC, a trip to Brooklyn to see Kelsey, her boyfriend Conor, and their furbaby Lady Rosalita of The Dunes is always one of the first things we do.
Caitlin and I met when she started dating one of my good friends. It didn’t take long for us to start making plans without him, and when we did we realized how much we had in common. Caitlin has this way of *knowing* when a happy hour or girls night is in order, and for that I am so thankful!
Vic and I go back to the PSU days! Once labeled my “most rational friend,” Vic is the person who will be real and give it to you straight. Not only is she a friend to all, but she would always give the shirt off her back to anyone in need. She also, like Jenna, is always part of the yes crew to celebrate every milestone and make the most out of every moment!
Tina and I met after college. One of my most vivid memories of Tina was a few weeks after we met. We were out in Fed Hill and last call hit. I lived a few blocks past Tina and the rest of our friends so Tina and her now-husband Ben insisted that everyone pass their homes to walk me home safely. Since then, Tina has always been the one to make the little things mean the most.
Jennifer and I also met after college. In the early days of our friendship there was a massive snow storm in Baltimore. She and some others were over playing games when we lost power and had to light candles. It didn’t take long for Jen to light her hair on fire and I knew we would be great friends! Over the years Jen has become my least favorite travel partner, but one of my most favorites to be around.
Patrick – Eileen O’Connor — LiveJournal
I promised to take a picture of a grown poodle.
This proved to be difficult. Firstly, Matvey Ushinsky with ears climbed into the frame. Secondly, it is enough to show the following picture to make a lot of things clear.
Yes, that blob in the background is a five-month-old poodle. That’s what he looks like in ninety percent of the shots.
Or like this. Here you can count his legs and teeth, so I count the photo as successful.
Matvey Ushinsky is interested in: where did you come from, you stsuko on my head, lovely child?
The phlegmatic cat is sleeping at this time (s)
Then follows about a dozen of poorly artistic shots, where you can see the poodle and the cat from different angles.
Come with me to the heavens of love, the young poodle calls Matvey.
And invitingly sticks out his chest like a wheel. Lord, the cat Matvey thinks sadly at this time, but how calmly life was.
And the next second he grabs the poodle’s leg.
And away we go…
That’s how they tear the throat with a sharp claw.
This is how they scalp. The cat takes revenge on this demon for all the humiliations experienced by his people.
But a young poodle doesn’t care.
Except for cheese. In my hands, as you can easily guess from Patrick’s face, it is he.
“Woman, give me the cheese, yes! You’re welcome!”
“I’ll make a smart and beautiful face for you!”
In this picture you see a poodle that got cheese a minute ago. As viewers can see, a poodle in a state of happiness is able to move through the air. At the same time, you can estimate the length of the hooves.
The poodle is tired and drinking. Matvey Ushinsky looks at him with an expression of severe grief on his face.
“Did you give him cheese?!”
I’ll leave you to hell, says the cat Matvey. Cheese was given to this mongrel. Poshekhonsky!
Nobody will let him go far, because Patrick wants to play. In addition, the cat, leaving, dragged his favorite toy. The battle for the little blue dog begins. She alternately plays the role of Matvey’s concubine and Patrick’s legitimate prey.
The young poodle learned to scratch out the right things from cats.
And the cats have learned to accurately give him tinsel.
The dog is on tacks.
And takes away the desired dog:
All. The enemy’s dog. On the face of the cat Matvey, you can see how he comprehends this fact. In principle, he comprehends any other facts in approximately the same way.
“My charm! My charm!”
(Matvey the cat in the background: “Frodo, are you crazy?”)
Well, this is where the fight ends.