My life in a small town

Tuesday, July 06, 2010


It has been a really really long time since I have posted anything on here. Wow!!!
Hope everyone had a good and safe 4th of July, we had a full day. We went to church Sunday morning and the main guy from the Strength Team came to visit, so he and my pastor (who traveled with the strength team some) did a few feats of strength. I think everyone there had a good time. After church we went out to my sister's for hamburgers and hot dogs with all the trimmings. Was very good, or maybe I was just hungry. LOL We left her house and went back to church for some fellowship and more hamburgers and hot dogs. I wasn't quite hungry yet so I ate desert, ummmmmmm.
Patrick didn't want to stay at the church and watch the fireworks that were going on downtown, so we took our chairs and went down to the park where everyone in town was gathered, and sat out and watched the fireworks over Nacogdoches. It was all good, except the older I get the more I don't like crowds.............. Yiks............!!
Had Monday off from work, was going to sleep late and then unpack more boxes, but of course it didn't turn out that way. Yes I got to sleep late, but on of my other sister's called and asked me to take her and one of her grandsons to Shreveport to the Hospital over there. Apparently the grandson who is only 18 months old got burned with some fireworks the night before. Poor baby he was hurting so bad. No one was watching him and he was outside with the other kids and one of the fireworks landed on his stomach and he must have tried to knock it off with his arm because his tummy and arm got burned really bad. He still needs to go to a special Burn doctor. Parents like that do not need children. Not the first of this mothers children that has been burned. This makes three, he was the second one burned by fireworks. And one that was held over an open fire and dropped on his head. Not good,at all.
Well, back to work today and we are really slow, but that just means I can get my work done.
Not much else here in this small town, so until next time.


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