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... John Knox disciples stuck in their Protestant ways.
My sister Linda, bless her heart, was given the middle name Louise. I'm not certain, but I believe this was in deference to an aunt in East St. Louis, my only memories of whom are that she played Beethoven with such lightning like fingers that she could pull the Chesterfield King that seemed to perpetually dangle from the side of her mouth, tap the ashes into one of those beanbag ...
... but it is now my home. Amazing, terrifying, beautiful and unbelievable, here I sit looking at the trees and wondering how on earth I will survive. I have no job or money, but I have hope that it will all come together.
Much love and many thanks for coming on this journey with me, and being so interested and supportive of the adventure, I will blog now and then as things progress.
Be well and happy!
... br> We drove out to the coast and this time we went north; beautiful, but very windy roads.We started seeing signs that said watch for cows. We laughed because these were some pretty steep cliffs and neither of us could imagine a cow getting down them, mountain goat, yes, but not a cow, unless it went all Monty Python and fell over the edge on to the road. As we laughed and made our way around a particularly tight bend, there, at the side ...
... set of the movie Holiday Inn starring Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire, although I am told it is not recognizable. I had only ordered a $2.50 ice tea; he brought me my glass and left an entire pitcher at the table, just in case I wanted more. I sat for a while and enjoyed the sun, the tea and the view. ( There is a photo and a video below)
On the walk home I marveled at the peaches and apples hanging from the trees, and had to refrain from just reaching up and plucking one. ...
... pink handle tassels and a horn. The broom even has after-burner burns. Ha! It will hang on my deck once I am established here: just so folks are clear about the type of old gal that resides in the pink trailer.
Today is out last day up here and we got the drywall in the bedroom and part of the hallway finished. Next trip will be the living room and kitchen. Oh my gawd, it is starting to look like a house, not just a frame! Amazing. So now we are ...
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