I received a very nice card yesterday, from a gentleman in Ft. Payne, which I had been hoping to hear from.
It was a very nice Thanksgiving/Holiday and Christmas greeting. Well-written and heart-felt.
It also spoke of 2 upcoming events: 1) The Dixieland Delight Angus Sale, Nov 28th and 2) Christmas for Kids, Nov. 29th.
With this card came a new mailing address; which I will be sending greetings/letters to in the future.
Since he has a birthday coming up in December, I’ll probably be sending birthday greetings to him as well.
The past fews days have been very strange — but if you do the Flea market circuit, you have to be at the booth sites before sunrise, in order to get the better sales locations. What does this mean exactly? For one thing it means setting the clock, and getting up when the alarm sounds at 4:30 or 5:30 in the morning — not a familiar thing for a night owl like me.
It feels very strange to be at the sales/booth setting up before sunrise…and having to settle for a spot that was not the greatest location for the day’s sells.
I can’t complain too much, Thursday/Friday/Saturday at Poor Man’s Trade in East Gadsden, went fairly well. And we hope to do several days there, again this week. Wednesday we will be trekking to Calcis (Alabama) to get measurements for the front porch repairs on Mom’s trailer. So, I’ll be signing off for now.
It’s after 11, and I am still very sore from helping Dave, Mark, and Brent move hundreds of banana boxes of salvage groceries in Piedmont Monday afternoon. Many of the boxes were nothing but salad dressing!
Anyhow, it’s been an interesting week thus far…and I’m exhausted.
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These are just a few concerns I have about making my ‘blog’ worth frequent visits.
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