Since I often make snap judgments without getting all the facts, I would like to reconsider “reality TV.” At least in the case of “Porter Ridge”, a new entry into the reality genre.
This is dedicated to Ms. Claire Ivy Moseley who was eulogized today at First Presbyterian Church in West Point, Mississippi. Her daughters, Kay and Judy, were childhood friends, and I have wonderful memories of a delightful lady who was always sitting in “her pew” every time the doors of the church were open.
While the Prairie Arts Festival was noisily setting attendance records outside in the boiling heat today, the girls of the Class of 65 were holding their own noisy festival of sorts – just off the festival site in downtown West Point, Mississippi.
A bunch of us from West Point High School class of ‘65 were having a reunion weekend recently and Bill Damron asked me if I was staying with “Cotton.” Who in the heck was “Cotton”?
Marie is finally joining the rest of the Class of “65 gang along “Route 66”. We celebrated her birthday on Saturday along engaging in a bit of retail therapy. She is pictured with Judy Staggers (Class of ‘67) Norma and me. We’ll celebrate again at the upcoming Prairie Arts when Beth, Ruthie, Carolyn and Nancy will join us on our trip down Route 66.