I just wanted to take the time to say to you guys who regularly read this stuff, THANKS. I know many of the family read but do not comment. And a faithful reader, Lindie, who kicks in every once in awhile; I was journaling along and had one comment in a year (from my son Jack), all of a sudden there is a comment from a beautiful lady called Lindie. She was also the first to give my books a great review.
I have noticed FrankandMary has been dropping by. I like that lady. My last comment of the day is usually Betty from the West coast, pretending to be a Corgi! And there is Monica, who says she has mindless entries. She is sometimes late since she too is on West coast time.
I miss Sam, but catch Bill sometimes, I like old guys. Haha! Thanks guys. Hi Vickie and Glenda who comment every once in awhile. Vickie is an Air Plane mechanic and Glenda is my Okeechobee girlfriend. Right now she doesn’t have time to eat, one busy lady. Since I am in the sunshine state, There is that wonderful sexy Rose, LOVE YOU GIRL. Thanks for the time you spend here.
Thanks Lucy, everyone knows Luce, she is the lady from the mid west that has the wonderful husband (my buddy Joe). Thanks Lucy for not being tooooo nasty to me. LOL She coulda been the smart aleck cook (maybe) in my first book, STICKY, reckon?
Robert from Athens, he has many pictures that bring back memories of a city I visited as a Jarhead and a Swabbie. Thanks Robert.
Most folks here know Paula, the wanna be cowgirl, who brightens our lives with Country tales. She also helped me write a children’s book called “Toby’s Tales”, and she was the inspiration of a Turtle as the narrator. Her poems grace the book. Thanks to you Paula.
There is Helen who pops in, and also Jean. A beautiful lady who still looks like the teenie booper shown on Sheila’s Southern Comfort. So while I am there, thanks Sheila for all the comments, we sure hope to get up to see you guys sometime and take you out for lunch or dinner, see if you can find something like ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’.
The Kentuckians, Ora and Mixon (a Chaplain you gotta love), Terri & Jeff, Debbie and my buddy Gary. We met these folks while in Kaintuck. Lovely folk, ones you have to love. Debbie named my book ‘Gracefully Grasping for Dignity’ and Ora gave me so much encouragement and advice on my hearing loss. Love you guys.
Thanks to My re-newed friendship of Fred Alton. Many memories there. And there is Yvette from just over a mt. from Fred at Coker Creek. She is the real Jack Darnell’s publisher, THANKS ‘Y’.
We always welcome and Thank Sonya from the Tennessee area also. She has a great husband, daughter and a dog(?) Tugie. Haha.
Mel from, Honey I’m Home, going to College soon, I always appreciate her input, but she can be a little nasty (I never am!). Thanks Girl! Get that education and GET SMART!
I will continue tomorrow, I wanted take time to be thankful for you guys.
PS: I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
Actual note to God from a child: