Another fantastic missive TJ…Sounds like you and Jerilyn have found true paradise. I’m happy for you my friend. You said 175,000 are over the age of 82. Sure seems like a lot more. I know that at least 100,000 of those live here in Florida. And 50,000 of those live here in The Villages.. LOL.. Being happy will absolutely make you live longer. SOOOOO, stay happy and keep enjoying life.
Stay safe my friend.
Oh Dad, I am so sorry for the loss of your precious friend. It sounds like he was a very strong & proud man & wanted you to remember him as himself and not frail. I’m sure he thought the world of you because we all do! Prayers for comfort. The tribute is beautiful.
Yes, this seems to be the trend for us oldsters! I just turned 80 and had to move into a townhouse several years ago, it was a very trying experience after living in the same home for 33 years. Without God’s strength, none of us could do these changes!
Tommy has mentioned you so often & I like your way of writing & story line..
I really enjoyed this one., it is just my husband & me.it is not easy to have meals for 2.., after our sons left!
It has been awhile. My husband liked to cook so he took over after 30 years of my cooking. I was happy as always other
Chores to finish up etc.
anyway, thanks for your missle which made me smile.
I have struggled in my life with the same problem Sis and I came to the same conclusion. Life teaches us in time to understand that not all dear friendships last forever. There is an old saying “all the true and lasting friendships in your life you will be able to count on one hand.” So far, that has been true. That doesn’t diminish all the other friends along the way. By the way, you’re a lifer! I’ll always love you.
Here I go again with a spiritual thought! wouldn’t it be nice if everyone would embrace the thought of “the rising of the Son”? I am sure there would be a lot of enlightenment in our midst, don’t you think?
Tommy, I too have quite a few country and western CD’s. I aspired to being a country music star in my early days. God changed all that one day!
I believe that the Jimmy you mentioned is Jimmy McGlothlin. He is a distant cousin of ours as my Grandmother was a McGlothlin.
I suppose that the most blessed member of our 1960 class is me. God blessed everything I ever did to better myself. I have even survived a fatal heart attack by God’s Grace!
This is awesome and very insightful. No wonder old grandpop is proud! If I can, I’m going to forward it to my 12-year-old granddaughter who lives in Pennsylvania. She is also shy and has problems making and keeping friends. This will give her hope! I have been friends with your great grandad for about 30 years, and he is a very fine man. Jerilyn has been my friend since I moved here from North Carolina. In fact, we were neighbors, and she came over and introduced herself and her family to me. I never would have gone to her house to introduce myself. But she was a winner and I still consider her one of my closest friends even though–or maybe because–we’ve known each other since 1975! I think that will be 47 years this June! Wow! How did I get so old? Good luck with your new friends. I’m sure you will make more, but having a few good and sincere friends is better than having a lot of casual ones!
To Tommy and Frank Short.
Your region of this state of Virginia and our nation has blessed us all.
The gift of writing, composing and expressing your thoughts is such a pleasure.
Tell me again, why so many gifted residents of this area, are located in these
Tommy, your missive does a good job of making one think. As you mentioned Mrs. Simpson, I was taken back to something she wrote on my autograph book in High School, “I admire your ability to say a lot in a few words” I assume she was speaking of my poetry. The average poem that I write takes me about 15 minutes for usually 4 stanzas. When I get started it just flows naturally.
I enjoyed your missive and encourage you to write more.
I too share the worry over the events in the Ukraine.
My daughter Kate and her late husband Kenneth lived there for 1 year, the year was 1993.
During Chernobyl I think. She has good memories of there. Husband was a linguist, Russian his specialty.
Kate worked for Price Waterhouse. The Dachaus (spelling) were the vacation, summer homes,
Very beautiful she told us. Keep sending the weekly news.
At the risk of being called “preachy” I must say that all strength comes from the One who has all power.
He said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you to the consummation of all things!”
We must believe this in order to maintain strength!
Tommy, we are only on this planet by the grace of the Creator. He allows adversity to come along to see how much we will turn to Him. I am convinced that there is no life outside His Life!
Have a wonderful week ahead!
My mother had an outhouse when she grew up in Pleasantville, N.Y.
She moved there with her sister’s and parents from New York City in 1922.
That was quite a change. Indoor plumbing was naturally in New York City.
I remember it was in the woods away from my grandmother’s house.
Recall playing around it and sometimes used when playing outdoors.
That would be in the 1940’s. Memories.
Joanne, we also kept the outhouse for emergency purposes. Dad continued to use it even after they got an indoor bathroom. He seemed to like the old ways, although, he did use the bathtub and the sink in the new bathroom. When my wife and I got out of the Air Force in 1964, Mom and Dad still had the outhouse. My wife, when she saw the facilities at the old homeplace, went immediately into culture shock!
Good one JoAnn. When I was growing up in the hills of Kentucky all we had was the outhouse. I can remember using the old Sears Roebuck and Company and Montgomery Wards catalogs because we couldn’t afford the nice toilet paper. At least they were printed in black and white thin cheap paper. LOL
Joanne, we all have made mistakes raising our children. Sometimes we are too strict, sometimes too lenient, but, surprisingly, they get raised and become productive members of society! YEs, God has His hand in all of it!
How lovely of you and your sister to accept your Mother’s intention to revamp her fudge. A tea party
a great memory. She sure made lemonade out of a lemon as the saying goes. Very gracious of you
and your sister to enjoy her tea party.
WOW JoAnn, Momma’s fudge brought back lots of memories for me as well. My mother loved making Chocolate, Peanut Butter and also seafoam taffy. I have no idea where she got the taffy recipe. Every Christmas back in the hills of Kentucky near the Virginia border we would go out and cut a nice spruce tree down and make a stand for it. At Christmas a couple of the main presents we would get would be a peppermint stick about a foot long and about 2 inches thick along with a sock full of nuts that had to be cracked. There were English walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts and pecans in each of our socks. Oh and a bag of hard candy… We might get one small toy that we would wear out before New Years day. LOL….
Thank you sooooo much for all the wonderful memories in each of your blogs.
I hope you have a Fantastic MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR…
Very good TJ. Yep my smile reaches all the way from Florida to Virginia.
This week our temps will be low to mid 80s. It will be great because Margie’s daughter is coming tonite from Virginia (Saturday) until next Saturday. She will enjoy the weather so she can swim in the pools.
You be careful climbing up to clean the gutters.
Until next time,
I can relate to the theory that if you work hard enough, you can solve many problems. I, too, have had to readjust as I realized that my hard work alone isn’t enough. I’m so glad you and Jerilyn were able to join forces to build a beautiful life together.
Marco Polo sounds like a great idea for you to keep in touch with the grandchildren and great-grandchildren. I’m impressed that you’re so technicologically advanced!
This is very nice, JoAnn. I agree about Thanksgiving: it doesn’t have the pressure of Christmas. It’s great just to spend time with loved ones. I miss my daddy and grandparents so much, but I have many wonderful memories. Hope you and your family have a great Thanksgiving!
TJ, great missive. I don’t think I have ever in my life felt so bad that if things ended all would be better. I am certainly glad you got out of that gray area. My wife and I were doing Marco Polo with LZ, his wife and a couple others I think. Now that she can’t see good enough to text she has stopped. Yep always sad to go back by the “old Home Place”. You and Jerilyn have made some great memories together and I hope you make many more.
Wishing you and your families a happy Thanksgiving.
Your ol buddy Dale…
Jo Ann that was beautiful. Brings back lots of Thanksgiving memories for me. And if I still lived in Kentucky near you, I would definitely take you out for a nice Thanksgiving dinner. Lots of love to you and your families.
Very good TJ… You always have a way to help me bring back my childhood memories.
If I didn’t play golf often, I would forget what day it is. I thought yesterday was Sunday because I seldom golf on Sundays. And I didn’t golf yesterday. It’s probably going to take me a few days to get used to the time change.
Take care my friend. You and Jerilyn stay safe.
I guess I never told you that Clint Eastwood was a good friend of an artist friend of mine. His name was Arthur Boos and his work can be seen on the internet. He did mostly cowboy and native American art. I have quite a few pieces by him. Clint used to buy most of Art’s pieces before they could get to any gallery. His two sons were also great artists. I once wrote a biography/raisonne about Art for his family and friends.
TJ, that is TRUE friendship… I have friends that I haven’t stayed in good contact with and then it’s hard to break the ice sometimes and get them back into my life even if they live far away.
Keep up the good work and have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING if i don’t get a chance to communicate with you before then.
Yep, sometimes our hang-up is the most obvious thing we are doing! When we begin to stuff a sack, it will bulge outward as it begins to become over stuffed. I guess we need to take a lesson from the “Bags” we are stuffing!
You and I learned a great lesson in the USAF as we loaded our duffel bags for another duty station. We sometimes had to leave some articles behind as we just couldn’t fit them in the bag.
I am very happy that you and Jerilyn have adjusted so well to your new lifestyle.
I am a little bit jealous that you had a wise plan years ago to reserve your spot at this continuing -care facility
Great planning. I am not that forward thinking.
Hey TJ love your missive. Sounds like you’re trying to beat “The System” at the retirement center.
And I know if anybody can keep one up on them, you certainly can.
Good luck with your weight situation. I know how hard it is to resist the temptation of sweets.
I have a bag of Hershey Nuggets in my desk and have one or two every day. I figure if I’m sneaking them out and eating them the calories won’t count. LOL……
Recently my wife and I almost lost our home in Grizzly Flats, Ca. as fires raged all over. God spared our house and burned our neighbors’ homes. As my wife expressed her frustration about the situation, I told her that we did not decide whose house should burn and whose would not. That was a call far away from our hands.
I agree that it is a good idea to unplug once in a while and just let the earth go on as usual. We do not control the weather or a lot of other things. I am just happy that these things are in more capable hands than mine.
Keep looking up!
Hi JoAnn, letter writing is becoming a lost art. Younger generation can’t even write a thank you for birthday, Christmas, or even a wedding gift. Sometimes you never know if they received them.
I can remember see ads for pen pals when I was younger. As you said, it would be totally insane to give out the personal info like you did back then.
Also wanted you to know that I’m like others reading your missives. You give such vivid details it makes one think they’re right there with you.
Keep up the good work and stay safe and dry as Ida storm remnants may be headed your way.
We have both served our country in the armed forces, worked hard and raised our families, contributed to our community in many ways, ain’t it time for a rest? Our activities should include some reading, some walking, some mixing with neighbors, a little fixing things up around the house, and a LOT OF REST! Our bodies have earned it!
Very nice JoAnn. If you ever get a chance, you should come to The Villages, Fl. This is truly a photographers paradise. Tommy visited us here but he didn’t get a chance to really see the beauty here.
Hey TJ. Great missive.
I’m glad you and Jerilyn are transitioning into your new home. I think the older generations have a much easier time making new friends. Probably just the way our generations were brought up.
I remember when you and Jerilyn got together. I could tell then that she was making a positive influence on your life.
I for one have been happy that you were in my life. I feel blessed being in one of your “happy rooms”.
And I had a tear in my eye when you were talking to your mom and dad.
I will be doing that later this month when I’m in Kentucky visiting my older brother.
For the benefit of everyone else, Joanne, it would be nice to know, if indeed, the post office had truly tried to dupe you. If so, wouldn’t it be in order to get in touch with their boss and make a complaint? Just asking!
JoAnn, I know how you feel about the rage from being scammed.
As Frank Shortt mentioned in a reply, you need to take this to a higher authority.
DON’T let them continue to scam others as they probably already have been doing.
When the girl realized she had been caught, she and the other postmaster began back peddling to get out of the situation.
He Tommy, I am not far behind you. I will be 79 in July. I can only say one thing for sure: God has always blessed all my efforts to improve myself, spiritually and physically!
I am glad that you have had such a great life overall. Keep on moving as movement is what
greases the joints and keeps the muscles supple.
I loved reading this. He was a great man who I was fortunate to cross paths with. I think about him often. He loved you guys very much and I don’t think he was ever happier than planning the “Chopped” events with you guys. He would show me his Snapchat videos with the biggest smile I had ever seen on him. I hold him in the highest of regards.
JoAnn, I never get tired of reading your missives. Even though I’m not a soap opera fan I stilled enjoyed reading about the great bond you ladies have(and had). My son and daughter-in-law record them everyday and watch them at night in bed.
I kinda miss the spring time of the year. I use to see daffodils everywhere in Virginia(sometimes poking their pretty yellow heads through snow) and when I would see them, I knew spring was close by. Now after living in Florida for 7 years, I don’t think I have seen one. Just like the plentiful deer around the Hampton Roads area Especially on the golf courses, I haven’t seen but maybe one or two deer here in Florida. Alligators, that’s another story. See them almost daily.
Anyway, I hope you have a fantastic MOTHER’s DAY.
WOW… Very good Taylor. It’s easy to see that you and your mom have a great bond. Never let it come apart.
It’s also easy to see that the writers apple didn’t fall from that tree.
Keep up the good work.
Beautifully written Tay! I agree, you really do have the best Mama 💗. I love you the world full & am so proud you appreciate all your mother does for you. You are a wonderful daughter! I love you, Mamaw. xoxo
We will miss seeing you and Jerilyn walking around the neighborhood. I know my dog Lexie will really miss seeing Jeilyn. She always looked for her as we walked past your house. Hope all goes well with your next adventure in life and that you will enjoy living there
JoAnn, that was soooo beautiful and I am so sorrrrrry that you lost your best friend.
Friends like that are hard to come by. I am fortunate enough to have several friends here in The Villages, Fl
that would do anything in the world for us. Including mine and Tommy’s old boss LZ Smith. We have been good friends since the mid 70’s. WOW now that I think about it, that is a lonnnng time. I just went over to his house this morning and we talked for a while. We play golf together at least 3 times a week.
I’m sure your friend and Angel Kathy is watching over you and you will have a joyous reunion when you cross over the “Rainbow Bridge”.
JoAnn, you’re a lady after my own heart. I remember going over to my mothers almost every Sunday along with my younger brother and sister and their children for a good country breakfast.
My mother made everything from scratch. Biscuits, gravy, syrup, pork tenderloin, bacon and some other delicious foods. In the summer we had fresh sliced tomatoes or fried green tomatoes.
She usually cooked for about 10 people and didn’t want any help and she thoroughly enjoyed it.
Now you have me drooling all over my keyboard with the only thing that resembles biscuits and gravy is Hardee’s.
I know, not even close to our mommas.
Thanks you sooooo much for all your wonderful missives.
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