Monthly Archives: June 2017

Aunt Genie Goes Shopping

Aunt Genie Forehand taught kindergarten for many years in Vienna. She was a very proper lady. Her classroom lectures and formal manner were beyond what might be expected of a small-town teacher of young charges. Aunt Genie’s stature was extremely … Continue reading

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Randy and Shack

I didn’t know Randy Folsom very well. I was only around him a few times, each of those times being just a brief encounter. But 20 or so years ago, Randy told me a story that I still enjoy. Our … Continue reading

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Mr. Teasley and The Dancing Man

I think it was the summer of 1960. I was seven years old, almost eight. After supper one night, Mr. Teasley Lewis came to our home. He lived about a mile up the road toward Unadilla. We sat around our … Continue reading

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Fine Dining

Traditional southern fare is my strong preference. The same foods we’ve had at church dinners and family reunions since the days of Dwight Eisenhower, still serve us well. My wife, Jane, and I were in Thomasville recently for a three … Continue reading

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Redneck Repair Shop

The last stretch of road between Thomasville, Georgia and the Aucilla River boat landing in north Florida is lightly traveled. You don’t pass many businesses, but see a few houses and several small churches. The closer you get to the … Continue reading

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