Thursday, August 28, 2014

The Old Timer, better than! or OLD TIMER, continued from 1B!

Today has been great. I got up early, so I could drink a delicious cup of Green Mountain Donut Shop Coffee to help wake me up before I did my call-in to Harley Belew's popular radio show, at 7:45.

While sipping my coffee, at the kitchen table, I first checked our website to see who Pat had picked to be Harley's Pet of the Week and it was Dottie West! The sweet, six-month-old, Pit mix that we rescued last Saturday—Buddy Holly's new roommate. Then I took Ginger, Alice and Little Debbie outside, so they could take care of some personal business.

After the cute Chihuahuas had watered the front yard and left their calling cards, we came back inside, so I could feed them. 

While they ate breakfast, I sat back down, at the kitchen table and went to the Bandera County Courier's website, because my dear friend, Judith Pannebaker, the loved and well respected editor for the popular newspaper, had told me a few weeks ago, that she was going to run the story about the very first wedding, at The Old Timer, in today's paper.

Oh my goodness, I totally loved reading the sweet story, about Sherylyn's and Luis' super cool wedding, held at Debbie Martin's—The Old Timer. In fact, I had so much fun reading it—I read it twice. And you can read the great story too, if you CLICK HERE.

This morning, after Tony and I did our chores outside, we went over to the Lodge and had a really fun visit with Sean Rima, Chet O'Keefe and Kinky. And there was a lot of laughing.

When Tony and I got back home I started cooking us lunch, while Tony and Trigger went, to the highway, to fetch our mail, because I could not wait to get our copy of the Bandera County Courier newspaper.

When Tony got back home he was smiling ear-to-ear. "Nance, you're not going to believe this. Judith put the story on the front page, in the Hill Country Living section. I read it down by the mailboxes and it's a great story. Are we going to eat pretty soon, because I'm starving?"

After Tony had temporarily quit starving and had put his empty plate, in the kitchen sink for me to clean, I picked up the Bandera County Courier and reread the story again. And then I shot it, so you could see it for yourself.

And that's about it for today. 

Y'all have a great evening!

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