[Homestead] Lift not thy Hands
lurine at softcom.net
Sat Apr 26 15:26:38 EDT 2008
I had a double southern influence. My "Dad" (step-father) and Grampa
Charlie (my Dad's father) were from TN. If those in TN run into any Brooks,
they are quite possibly relatives. Grampa Charlie had "a whole passel" of
brothers and sisters and "more relatives than a millionaire givin' out
hunderd dollar bills." <g> I loved traveling to "the hills back home" with
my Dad and Grampa Charlie.
Grampa Charlie was the grandfather all kids should have. He made us little
tiny fishing poles and taught us how to fly fish when we were single digits
in age! The man must have had the patience of a saint! Nothing better than
rainbow trout you caught yourself and then cooked in cast iron over an open
----- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at bellsouth.net>
Lynda may live in NoCal, but her nanny and childhood
> influence was from GA.
> From the few posts they've made, I think we can slide over and make
> room in bed for Drew and Warren, too, as they don't seem to be under the
> Obama spell either. They also reside in the South. If I am wrong about
> that, sorry...just my impression.
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