Treet

Yesterday, 12/6/2022.—A Video Appointment with one of my Doctors. “Hey, Lynn. Are you ready for our video appointment?” “Yeah. We have to make it thirty today, doc. I can’t give ya a whole hour.” “What’s wrong?” “Ever heard of ‘Treet?’” “Treat?” “No. Treet. T-R-E-E-T” “What’s that?” “I thought it was like ‘Spam,’ but it ain’t.…

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12/6/2022 – Morning Blog

I woke up this morning at 4:45 am. Taking “Tommy” the Dawg out to do his business, I see it’s been rainy.It was raining off and on yesterday, which is why I lay down to nap.I slept pretty much all day yesterday. That’s probably why I awoke so early this morning. I had several missed…

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Lou

“Lou.” That was his name.We met in Kindergarten and quickly became best friends. I didn’t tell him about my Spina Bifida or about my Diaper, which made “Spend the Nights” a bit tricky. Our home was around Eight Hundred Square Feet with a Bathroom the size of most people’s closets. And we only had one…

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Morning Journal Entry 12/3/2022

The day started with Mom, Papa, and I calling my Uncle to Sing Happy Birthday to him over the Phone.I think he’s Thirty Years Old now.That’s not bad for a man who worked over Thirty-Five Years before Retiring.And he still keeps a side job. We then cooked Oatmeal. Quaker Oatmeal. The kind you have to…

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Knock On Wood

Tonight I’ve been thinking about all the times I’ve been in the Hospital.Actually, I’m wondering how many times I’ve been Hospitalized. I’ve been in the O.R. over thirty times.Some years I got Hospitalized four times a year. Some years just twice.Then, I go a stretch of a few years without going to the Hospital. During…

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Hobby Update

My Hobby Table is covered with all the pieces needed to build snow globes.Glitter dust can be seen on the table as the sun’s rays come through the window. I’m experimenting this year with different ingredients to get the glitter to sink instead of float.Clear hand soap seems to work best at getting the glitter…

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Chicken Gizzards

God put a lot of food on this earth for us to eat, and I do my best trying as much of it as possible.As long as a particular food won’t interfere too much with my Diabetes or my Spina Bifida, I’ll try it. I usually find that I like it, too. You’re asking yourself,…

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Ground Zero Blues Club – Clarksdale Ms

—Last Stop——Ground Zero Blues Club— After seeing the Grave of Blues Legend “Robert Johnson,” going to “The Crossroads,” and learning more about “The Blues” than I ever knew, it was time to listen to some Blues. Real Blues. “Ground Zero,” located in Clarksdale, Mississippi, is known World-Wide for its Blues Music.Ground Zero is Owned by…

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Abes BBQ – Clarksdale Ms.

—Stop #3——Abes BBQ— My day had started at 5 am.We had driven over Four Hours and visited the Grave of Blues Legend “Robert Johnson” in Greenwood, Mississippi, and were now at “The Crossroads” in Clarksdale, Mississippi, and I was hungry for lunch. Abraham “Abe” Davis started his first business, “The Bungalow-Inn,” in 1924, where his…

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The Crossroads – Clarksdale Ms

—The Crossroads – Clarksdale, Mississippi——Stop #2— After leaving “Little Zion M.B. Church” in Greenwood, Ms. We headed toward Clarksdale, Mississippi. Specifically, “The Crossroads.”The trip to Clarksdale took around 45 minutes. There are several places thought to be “The Crossroads,” where “Robert Johnson” met the devil and sold his Soul in exchange for becoming a Master…

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