Tonight I have just sat here and watched pictures pass by on my screen saver. Every once in awhile calling Sherry’s attention to one, and several times asking where was this?
(That was a Motel between Park Falls and the House on the Rock)
I know most of the pictures but every once in awhile one pops up I need help on, mostly landscapes, people, I can usually recall. I just turned to her this is no good! I want to go somewhere. In her normal logic she tells me, “YOU ARE SOMEWHERE! AND YOU JUST GOT HERE YESTERDAY!”
(Oh yeah, I forgot.)
I saw Kat, (lately deceased) and said, ‘ she was a special person. the last of the ‘Old folks’, but with a young mind’, shucks Kat was just sweet.
(Before and after the silver teeth!)
There was Corey, brought into the family by Carol, when she married Jack. A sweet redheaded kid with silver capped teeth, cute as a button and sharp as a whip.
Mama popped up, of course that brought a tear, She was a true mother. I think I watched three hundred pictures go by, They are randomly displayed from the thousands I have stored.
(And my new wife at Linville Falls, NC)
We went to a movie today, getting to be a habit. The movie was ‘Courageous’. It was recommended on a forum I frequent. It was good. I understood about twenty words, but I could follow the stories, the actors were pretty good. I recommend it. Not a dirty word in it. Filmed about the Albany, GA, sheriff’s dept. We once lived in Albany (All-benny, if you are local).
Thanks for coming this way, I know you have a lot better things to do. Oh, before I forget, Friend Mary Ann is just getting over an operation, if you talk to the Lord mention her name. Mention Kenneth also, he is recovering. He wouldn’t know me any more, but we who knew him, Know him. If you knew him, you could never forget him. To some he was just a Missouri Farmer. But to those who knew him he was…..you name it.
. A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have.
-- Thomas Jefferson
Auto of the day!
My friend Kenneth had a Dodge, one of his sons called it a Dog. This is a 1956, not sure the year of Kenneth’s.