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Please bear with me! I've never, ever attempted a blog, but am so impressed with Caroll and Phil Hartline's blog from their Ireland trip that I decided to try.
Okay, we're leaving a week from tomorrow, October 15th, for Gulf Shores, Alabama. We will be leaving our precious Maui at home, and imposing on Ali to come out and ...
Hi. I am here to let you know that Southern hospitality is a very real thing. It is not an urban legend.
Julie and I left Sunday morning for Hannah's hometown, Hayden, to meet her and Ashley. So we go to church, and I about died after I met Hannah's grandparents. She does not even know me at all, but her grandmother literally could not be happier that we are there. She askin' all about me, she's introducin' everybody to me. I'm this huge ...
... IN THEIR DRESS. SHE LISTENED
INTENTLY TO THE SPEAKERS. SHE ALLOWED ME
TO GET SOME PICTURES OF HER WHILE THERE.
HER FAVORITE THING WAS WATCHING THE YOUNG
GIRLS DOING THE BUTTERFLY DANCE. SHE STILL
DOES HER LITTLE DANCE...TELLING ME SHE IS
DOING THE BUTTERFLY DANCE. THIS LITTLE ONE
STOPPED US WALKING AND HAD TO GO INTO
THE TEPEE. SHE HAD TO CHECK OUT THE INSIDE.
WE BOUGHT HER A ROASTED ...
... to college. You all may have known that but for me it just began to sink in. I thought I was doing great. I said bye to everyone without crying and now as I am texting the friends that I don't know when I will see next, I am reminded once again that I am going to college in Alabama. I almost started crying, but I made it this far and I am determined to add another day. I can’t tell you the amount of texts I received from various friends asking ...
... I draw a breath of fear, I won't remember everyone, I've lived away for forty-seven years! I think way back, a picture I have seen, oh! Jerrie at my birthday, 1946, I saw it written on the back. Who else is here that I should know? We sing a song, the preacher welcomes all, now, visitors, please stand. Is everybody looking at me now? Then everyone stands up, please greet your friends and strangers too, the handshakes start. The lady in the big brown hat turns round, ...