Thursday, September 11, 2014
I thought I knew about any insect that could possibly bite you in rural Alabama.
Mosquitos, just like in Mississippi, are prevalent, but they’ve never really bothered me. My youngest daughter, Erin, can go outside in the evening with me and get back in the house with 10 or 15 bites, and I have none.
Close to Nowhere
Chattanooga, here we come
Remy and I are running away from home. We’re leaving her mom (my daughter), Uncle Kris and oldest granddaughter Meredith and possibly my youngest brother Danny who is planning to come work some more on his “Danny Do This” list.
We’re going to Chattanooga, Tenn., for a quilt show! I haven’t been comfortable going off for any length of time for a while and decided it was just time.
It has been a wonderful summer
I just polished off a Smith County watermelon. My summer is now complete.
I have Bubbie Windham, a security guard at River Hills, to thank for this. Bubbie greets me warmly every time I show up in the parking lot, rushing to make it to a tennis match.
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