Margie, I'm so glad you found my website. I post a fresh article every Monday; plus there are a lot more of them to read if you click on the Articles tab at the top of the screen, so whenever you need a laugh, "take two as needed". I hope you're feeling better soon! Lee Ann
MARGIE LASLEY said:
I AM CURRENTLY IN THE HOSPITAL IN AZ. FOUND THIS SITE FROM A FRIEND...THIS IS JUST WHAT THE DR ORDERED TODAY...THANKS FOR SHARING AND MAKING ME SMILE...
LAUGHTER AND ROMANCE IS A WONDERFUL MEDICINE...I APPRECIATE YOUR SITE AND WILL DEFINATLY BE CHECKING IN ON IT OFTEN..:)
Pamela Colley Bartley said:
Love your Facebook page and your blog!
Frank Yantorn said: [ See Comment Stimulus ]
63-67 Lived across street 3316 NE 20th Travis JHS Grad RAF Lakenheath England. Short stint at Air Force Academy. Bad Knees. Wife Kathi and I have been driving Tractor trailer 30+ yrs. Living now near Seattle. Always remember you and Georgetta. V-Nice to get glimpse of your full and fun life.
Patty Taylor said:
What a wonderful journal you have made. Thanks for bringing it to the net!!
Linda Vosler said:
I have just signed up for your newsletter!I am excited to receive it.Blessings to you
Linda Karau said:
really am glad I found your blog site!! You have the gift of being able to share meaningful tidbits with "God-sized" results. Thank you so much for using your talent to give us a view on life that is oh-so significant!!! May the Good Gift Giver bless you richly!
Linda Stokdyk said: [ See Comment Stimulus ]
I too am a middle girl child and so many of your photos and experiences mimic my growing up years. Three girls in a bathtub, check; being the outsider because you'd rather read or write than go party, check; moving thousands of miles away (From Midwestern Indiana to Phoenix, Arizona) to adjust to empty nest syndrome....check, check, check, check and check.
Jennifer Wharton said:
Always enjoy reading your post in Facebook. You are medicine to my early morning blahs. Thank you.
SUSAN G. ARTHUR said:
I JUST LOVED THIS! YOU ARE INDEED A MOST TALENTED STORY TELLER! GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP EM COMING! I ADDED YOU TO MY FAVORITES YOUR LIFE AND MINE SEEMED OH SO FAMILIAR THOUGH WE'VE NEVER MET OH THE THINGS I CAN SIT AND LOOK BACK ON AND GIVE AN ACCT OF ON MY CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN'S ANTICS GROWING UP! LOL! MS.SGA
Linda Daniel said:
really enjoy your FB posts as well as the website...Keep them coming, please!!!
Debby Spence said: [ See Comment Stimulus ]
Thanks for sharing you humor. You made my husband and I really laugh out loud.
Deepak Menon said:
I just read your most nostalgic and beautiful and expressive comments about things rattling in your head - and yes - those were the days when romance blossomed with flowers and songs .. and it lasted for "Always"!
My mother used to sing a song ..
I'll be loving you - Always
With a love that's true - Always
Not for just an hour
Not for just a day
I'll be loving you - Always!!
And I do know that the love you hold for your family and friends will last
Take care and smiles wished for you and your family - Always!
Deepak (A stranger who strayed into your little beautiful world"
Not to worry, Marianne. I actually wrote a whole article about this incident. It's located under "Oddly Enough" in the Junk Drawer section of the Articles tab. As an eye witness to the event, you can judge how accurately I chronicled the whole thing! Thanks for keeping me honest.
Marianne Phelps said:
Lee Ann, I was hoping you would include the story about the Mark Twain signed book you found in the antique mall. I was with you that day and tried to tell you it was printed. (You certainly left that important detail out.) Also, I recall that you actually spent money to have a guy look at it. You called to tell me the sad outcome and that your sister (I think) had a set of these books with the same imprint. I guess it was wishful thinking and perhaps poor eyesight on your part.
Charles Davis said:
Baylor beat Texas again this year! I remember seeing you, Marc and Lauren at the 1997 game when Baylor beat Texas in Waco. I am just now getting over the '97 loss and now I must deal with the '10 loss. Tell the Bears to leave us alone, as I said then. Ha ha.
Anyway, the loss brought back happy memories of you all. Come see us.
P.S. I believe the color of the White House is orange.
Roma, it's nice to hear from somebody else who has a little sand in her veins! Glad you could relate. And no, I'm not guilty of snitching photos from the boxes in your closet - I have waaaay too many of those boxes of my own ;)
Roma Johle said: [ See Comment Stimulus ]
This is fabulous! As someone who grew up in the Panhandle of Texas and, as you did, have finally moved 2500 miles away this hits so close to home. I love it and THANK YOU for sharing!
Some of those photos look as if you snitched them from one of those boxes in my closet!!
Lisa Dorfman said:
Love your columns and enthusiasm for the lord and for life!
Patricia Trelfa said: [ See Comment Stimulus ]
Oh, the memories. We were 4 girls and I tried the Agent 99 look too. Didn't work for me either. We went on to raise 3 boys and now have 4 grandchildren - want to hear about them??? I'll give you a few minutes for Aiden and Avery in return.
Thanks for the memories and the laughs.
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