guost of newyears eve past

early years before children, we would get together at an uncles house for games and food and talk.

talk revolved around the greenhouse business, the conditions ofte boiler the latest low heat alarm that went off, the crazy driver of ours who like to his MC Donald’s drive through with the truck.

food for me revolved around how much rum and coke i could get before some one noticed. games where monopoly and rook.

rook was a the generation before preference and was quickly being over taken by peaknuckle .  spell check is not helping here

married with teenagers was the best. we got together with friend and their teens to sing and sing and sing and testify to the goodness of god.  then light sparklers at 12:00

as a boy in the baptist church in Florida we did numerous watch night services. where the truly spiritual come together to pray through the night. cynical i am. but it was us against the wordily climate of drunkenness and card playing. this was really for most christian prison.

we had two life long friends over last night. had wine and talked about the personal things going on and eat well, and played apples to apples. and we experienced fellowship. the glue for a good year



Perennial plant propogator for Creekhill nursery. Over 40 years of experience with lots of plants from foliage, cut flowers, seasonal potted plants, annuals and perennials. A plant geek and nerd, i am

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2 comments on “guost of newyears eve past
  1. sperlonga says:

    Haha, “early years before children” I like that. For you and Melinda it was one New Year’s Day! 🙂

  2. mdiber05 says:

    I yhink he meant before he married me. Note sneaking the rum intinto his coke. The children part throws you off.

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