Archives for Mississippi

Never have children, only grandchildren. ~Gore Vidal

A month ago we had the arrival of our third grandchild.  Of course he is gorgeous.  How do we know?  We have pictures of him.  His mother and father were the recipients of a new Flip Video camera for Christmas, a gift from Grandpa Norton.  This neat little device allows the less than competent (like me) to take instant digital videos and then move them at will to other people. How do I know they are so easy to use?  Recently I was a speaker at a conference in Mississippi.   At the end of my presentation, I pulled out my
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He leaned close and said, “there is not a missing tooth in sight, is there?” The land of magnolias, sweet tea, and southern charm out the Yazoo (Yazoo City that is). Mississippi. Last week I was presenting at a conference in Jackson, Mississippi.  Gorgeous country and warm people.  While at a luncheon the person sitting next to asked if I had been to his state before.  “Nope” came the reply, my witty rapporteur in full swing.  He asked what I expected on my first visit and I had to admit that in many ways his state was light years ahead
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