Ah, ha. We met Mel & Slim, we met Dar & Bill. Oh and not to be forgotten we met a lot of family, but it was Mama, oh yes, a sweet lady. These hardy folks have endured and loved many Wisconsin winters. They made us feel like family.
While in Missouri we met with some wonderful folk we conversed with on an internet forum. I met a man I have admired on the net who has lost over 200 pounds in the last year, he looked great. An added bonus I met John, a pastor who followed me at the pastorate in Missouri, and he introduced me to another pastor who had pastored there. We had a lot of stories and things in common. We had dinner and Glenda served us all mango.
There was a song when I was a teen ager that appeared often on hit parade. I only watched that sissy program because it preceded Wrestling. hA! We didn’t have a TV yet, so I watched it with Guy Abee at his house. The song said:
painting the town with a guy she once knew,
pay no attention and just let it be,
but keep it a secret from me!
(Snooky Lanson sang it on the Hit Parade, but who made it a hit?
I don't know!)
Thanks for coming this way
The early bird might get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.