Where were you on August 27, 2016? We were set up on Main Street in Camden chatting with the people passing by. The folks at the Sherman’s Bookstore were so nice to have a table and some chairs for us. And it was a beautiful, sunny day, too!
If you missed the radio show, here is a link to listen to it. Enjoy! We heard from so many people who happened to have their radios on for the show.
We left Indian Hill Trading Post for a bite to eat at Flatlander’s Pub before going on to the Center for Moosehead History where the Shaw Public Library & the Moosehead Historical Society teamed up to host us for an evening of great interaction and reminiscing about my years here in Greenville.
Conversation had to be louder than the fans used to circulate the air in the historic building. But we were able to still have a wonderful evening!
Another “hometown” to visit! We were privileged to call this “last town before the big woods” as our own for many years. This is the town our children most grew up in. This is where we changed our walk of faith. This is where we homeschooled for many years. This…is where most of the book happened…. Continue reading
August always brings us to our hometown. The annual Jackman Alumni Open House is always on the first Saturday, so we coordinated with Bishop’s Store for a signing event and we headed north! It was a great day all around – especially having a gal come into the store who was in my original class at Forest Hills! I had not seen her for….ever! Ray and I caught up on old times and Maxine surprised the heck out of me!