Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Savannah came and spent a few days with us. One day she, Tom and I went out to lunch in Gretna at The Common Grounds. BFT actually paid for lunch again.
As you can see from the next two pictures , BFT didn't pay without having severe separation pains.
We spent Fathers' Day at the Freeman's with Mary Jane, Randall, Jackie and Winston. I gave my camera to Tom and asked him to take photos. He didn't do worth a darn. Here are a few tht I took.
Barry and Jennie.
BFT kicked back and watching TV.
Mary Jane running away from home.
Jackie and Winston making believe that they are grandparents.
On June 11, I stopped and visisted with Lonnie Kyle Anthony, an old Air Force buddy whom I had not seen since about 1970 . He lives in Valley Alabama, with his dog Pochahontas . Just after leaving him, my automobie engine sort of destroyed itself . I spent two wonderful nights in Opelika, Alabama. Betty's son-in-law, Brian, came and towed me home. I'm still trying to get my claim settled with the insurance company.
Adam and Heatehr had a cook out at their place in Jackson Coun ty, Ky. Here's Adam serving up some burgers.
Daniel and Matthew are in deep discussion while David and Vernon ponder the meaning of life.
Woody laughing at the world.
Grandpa Proffitt's headstone was broken a acouple of years ago. Apparently a mowing machine had struck it and scored it and it broke along the score. I had asked the people at Bowlings Mortuary about fixing it but no one ever returned my call. James Robert and I went to the cemetary and piced up the stone and James went to work putting it back together. He measured nad marked the two sections and then drilled dorrespionding holes in each piece. He then cut a piece of rebar to fit into each hole. Then he used concrete patch and put the two pieces back together and strapped them over night until the patch set. The next day I took the stone back to the cemetary and put it back in place.