Jul 23, 2006


We celebrated daughter Sneed's birthday today. How a young guy like me got to have a 36 year-old daughter is a mystery. The entire Sneed family got together to eat breakfast, except Cletus Sneed, our youngest son, who has forsaken his family for a life of vagrancy and drugs. His loss. Of course no day would be complete without a call from Cletus trying to beg a few dollars. He called this morning just as we got home, on the pretext of seeing if anyone left a message for him on our phone. Once he had established that we were home, it was just a matter of time until he called back asking for money. About four I got the call. I told him no. We had a nice breakfast this morning. Guest of honor, daughter Sneed was there of course, along with both other sons Sneed, daughter-in-law Sneed and a couple of Sneedlets. Son and daughter-in-law Sneed shared that they have paid off their credit card debt. They are so proud and of course, so are the lovely Mrs. Sneed and I. I took the Sneedlets on a walk after breakfast. It is our little custom. It is a little like herding cats though. They sprint off in two directions leaving me to round them up. I spent the remainder of the day hanging the new light fixture in the foyer of the house, and putting the blinds and fixtures back up that were taken down by the painters. Have a nice evening. Merle. Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong and sometimes just full of it. Tag:

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