I was reminded that driving thru Sarasota, Florida was the first time I had ever seen a "Fifth-Third Bank", I understand it is a large Corporate bank, but the name just hit this country hick as funny.
Florida has introduced me to some names that do make the unlearned guy smile. We drive past a church here named, "Holy Ghost in The Hills", I always think, 'holy molly Batman'.
Sunday at the flea market we bought fresh corn, lettuce, tomatoes (reg & grape), cantaloupe, blueberries (Sherry's breakfast fruit) . Our plan on the way to the market was to come back by a new restaurant in the area. BUT the fresh veggies changed the plan.
You probably have never ate a 'mater samidge', but it has always been a favorite of mine. I learned later in life it was actually a tomato sandwich. So we came home and had tomato sandwiches. I like lettuce on the sandwich when we use bologna, ham or bacon.
Once Grandsons Corey and Ben were visiting from Utah and Sherry served a Tomato and lettuce sandwich for lunch. Afterwards Corey complimented his grandma on her 'salad sandwich'. We got a kick out of that.
My girl pointed out that I missed some grands and great grands on a blog entry. That was because the only pictures I could get to load were from Picasa, loaded years ago when doing AOL Journals. I will try here to rectify the problem if I can.
Stella and here mama showing off
Ben and Elsie Back in December when they flew in from Utah
Luke the youngest Grandson, he cleans up well.
Sorry for such a long blog, but I might have found a way to upload pictures if this works.
Pushing my luck '49 Hudson (These cars were fast)