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January 28, 2014


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I'm so happy to hear that you are working on this! I always did love to hear Uncle Bud tell a story. Daddy too! I remember him telling me how on Sat. night when the boys would get outside to bathe, Grandaddy would on a dark night sometimes sneak out there with a strop and pop them on the bare behind, just to get the blood pumping and watch them scatter lol. And, how sometimes when Daddy would be walking home from Big Daddys house in the dark, Leck Ford would jump out of a ditch or from behind a tree and just grab him and hold his arms down so he couldn't fight back and holler and make scary noises!! Daddy could always make me laugh telling those tales. Last time I saw Uncle Bud he was telling me how Daddy would scram whenever the kin would come by for a visit, especially Aunt Nancy........I'm not familiar with her who was she anyhow??? I love the pic. of Daddy & Grandaddy and the barn too. Can't tell you how many times I've been stuck in that hayloft.....Daddy would come get me .... ;)


Love that! Aunt Nancy (and I think she spelled it differently) was before my time, but apparently, she always made the children "give her some sugar," which they didn't like. Aunt Rosalie used to grab us at church and tell us she was Aunt Nancy and to give her a hug. So we finally just started greeting her with "Hi-dey, Aunt Nancy!" I told Uncle Bud I want to share our project with the family, but first he gets to approve all the copy. He gave me his first edits on Sunday, and I must say, I did pretty well! Not to much red ink:)

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