Memorable car of the day:
sort of a pleasant experience. I read Sean of the South. Jean’s daughter Sheila
introduced me to his blog. I read and commented for years. Then a year or so
ago when I made a comment, it said ‘Posting’, but never posted. That continued.
or so ago I made a comment and low and behold it took. Sean was talking about
the house they live in and was wondering the stories the walls held.
until I left home for the USMC, I lived in parsonages. Once married we lived in
rented trailers and apartments. WE decided to buy a house trailer and it would
be ours, except for the $12 a month to park it.
Yep, that is what the lot costs were when we bought our first 32’x8’
trailer. WE traded for a 42x8 and lived in it for many years.
I read once that someone was working on a way to 'lift' layers of words imprinted on wall surfaces over the years. They were seeking to bring to life the stories walls have heard. That is far fetched, but so was a cell phone in 1951! LOL
retiring from the Military we lived in 4 different homes in the Belmont, NC
area. Three of which we built. Those walls shared only our family stories until about 1999 when we decided to rent it out and hit the road. So now there
are stories we do not know in that home.
about Sean of The South, I just read his entry ‘Haters’ and made a comment and
it did not take. Now I wonder, and wonder. Maybe? I will learn, it is something I do not
just read Betty’s entry about ‘Income’. Did you know that some people do not
pick up their pay checks? Imma wondering if I could get on a list for folks paycheck
that don’t want it? Just thinking!
have a great day!!!! I feel pretty good
PS: Ponce de Leon’s search for the fountain of youth worked, so now we have enough youth. How about a Fountain of Smart?"
PS2 Is 'Far fetched' still a good use of words?