I said, "Man youwere a celebrity long before I wrote the book." He grabbed his link sausage biscuit and tea and came over to sit with us. Sherry had never met Sticky. We had the best conversation. Stick is a very conversive man. Always a smile, even in this picture, he is missing the big smile, but that pleasant look is always there. Thye economy is bad for him also, the worst in 40years. He related a quick story from yesterday. He was in one of the larger local business and he said the owner called him aside, "Could you come into my office Sticky?"
Inside he asked,"How do you stay to jovial, I know business is bad, but you always have a smile. How do you do it?"
Stick said, "I told him I found out a long time ago if I smile the world smiles, If I frown, it frowns. I LIKE SMILES!"
We said good bye with a promise he would not be so illusive and he would introduce me to his sweet wife, Josephine, the nest time we were in town.
Now below, you see MJ, She is waiting patiently for Sherry to finish Mark's Birthday dinner.
I am sorry, Sherry had a beautiful layout. Mac/cheese, green beans, Mashed potatoes & gravy, fried chicken, salad and this is the only picture I got, the left overs.
She made a Red Waldorf (sheet) cake, Mark's favorite. He is 48 this month.
L. Vegas and our Reececup.
The old man on Pots and Pans in the GAlley.
Matt Dillon watching (something)