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June 26 Columbia

I took Caitlin to the kiddie water park operated by the city yesterday while her parents and Nate were painting her room.  The water park is a wading pool with many parts, lots of water sprays, and lots of slides.  It is made for toddlers to mid elementary kids and their parents.  Admission is $1.50 per kid and $2.75 per adult.  What a fabulous resource, and it is barely 1/2 mile from Caitlin’s home.  Caitlin loves pools, but she had never seen anything like this water park.  It took her 30 minutes to process the experience enough to agree to go in, and then only with me. Eventually. She got comfortable with the pool, and was able to walk around and explore.  We did a few slides, and she liked that after she got over the initial surprise of the spray upon landing.  Toward the end she tried to play with older kids.  Of course the older kids were having nothing to do with her.

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Her room was painted in time for her to go to bed in it.  Yellow with a teal accent wall that has a glitter overcoat.  A great little girl’s room.  Her parent worked hard all day on it, and grandma (me) took care of Caitlin.

The family came to dinner at my house afterwards.  And I realized I was still woefully unprepared for a toddler.  While I had secured the under sink cabinet, and drawers in the kitchen, I did not have plastic dishes for her, or toys or books.  She loves books.  She has books in the car when she ride with her parents.

So today, after church, I got pool toys, art supplies, and library books for her to keep in my car and house.  Also got plastic dishes for her.  Being an on the scene grandma is a steeper learning curve than I had anticipated; but I am confident I will be on the game in a week or two.  At least I have the priorities straight.  Safety first.

When I returned home from church and my shopping/library foray, I was surprised to see a large tree limb on my driveway and garage roof.  Strange way to meet a neighbor, but I went over to inform him, since it was not there when I left the house three hours earlier.  He turned out to be a very nice fellow, who immediately took responsibility and called the tree guy to get it taken care of.  He also told me about a book discussion group I would like to attend.

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This morning I went to the local UU church for the first time.  People were most friendly and I met a woman neuropsychologist who works at the VA hospital.  She tried to recruit me on the spot.  We also had similar sons.  We have a lunch date.  I met a retired minister and her wife, who like to hike and bike and we agreed to meet to hike.  Molly ( the retired minister) told me that Columbia is in the top 10 places for active retirees.  I believe it.  I love my local park.  It has a lake, walking paths and fishing and tennis.  There are many intersecting parks that can take you all over the city.  And that is just in the city limits.  With the fishing so close to home, I am thinking I might take up fishing.   It is so fine to be retired.  There was an ad for volunteers in the local refugee/immigrant agency.  I plan to look into that too.

And   Tonight I smudged my house with a smudge stick given to me as a moving gift.  This is my first experience smudging, though I have heard others talk about it.  I travel in those circles sometimes.  I did it on a whim and to get rid of another possession.   Much to my astonishment, I found it a spiritual experience.  It moved some deep inner longing that I had not recognized was there.  And I do feel in some way the smudging made the house truly mine; as if my spirit now inhabits these rooms.

 

June. 24 Columbia MO

Aaaaarrrggh

unpacking is a pain.  For packing I had lots of help.  Not so for unpacking. My family helps on weekends, and too much is stuff only I can do.  It seems like I have been unpacking for a week; but I need to remember that I spent a significant portion of that time with my family in one way or another. Other than the boxes that remain in the guest room, All boxes are unpacked.  But there is so much art to hang.   I would like to get it on the walls,  so it really feels like my place.   I need a decorator like my friend Cathy.  I realize I have not moved to a new place in 30 years.  That is why this seems so hard.  DUH!

Tomorrow I plan to visit the farmer’s market, then take Caitlin to the park while her room is being painted.  There is a great park near my house with a large play area, a pond with swans, and tennis courts. But there is also a city water park for kids near her house.   After the painting, I will have the family to my house for dinner.  My first dinner in the house.  Thankfully the weather has moderated, and we can use the deck.

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Yesterday I took her to her second therapeutic riding lesson.  I wa a much cooler day and I brought plenty of cold water.  This time she sat on the horse with no complaints.  Getting the helmet on was a bit of a struggle, and finally the instructor did it for me.  It being a cooler day (91 degrees) they did a little trail ride in the cool woods.  Caitlin tolerated all that without complaint, but when they trotted in the ring, she was delighted.  I know it is hard to imagine a two yo on a horse, so here are pics:

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It all went very well, and mom and dad were very pleased to see the pics confirming she was OK with it.

Today I picked her up from preschool and took her home for snack and then ABA.  This allowed Noel and Grant to have a social hour after work.  And she loves her grandma.  She treats me as she does her mother.     Lots of hugs when I get her.  Asking for what she needs, trusting me to take care of her.  She is talking, but only when she has to.  She still prefers to sign out her messages.  But when she needs to get your attention to meet her need, she will talk quite clearly.  And in therapy, she demonstrates a knowledge of and ability to articulate a rapidly expanding vocabulary.

I have been forced to realize I don’t have a grandma car.  A grandma car would have four doors, so the babe could be easily extricated from the car seat in the back.  I have to take the roof down to easily get her in and out.  Of course I did not anticipate being a hands on grandma when I purchased the car.  It was purchased to revel in my freedom from family responsibilities.

My neighbor Robbie sent me pic of the garage next to my DC house that has been covered in a blue tarp the last 6 years.  It now has a brand new roof.  I tried for the last 4 yrs to get that to happen to no avail. And now jut weeks after I left, it is done.  Karma and maybe a little help from a lawyer?

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June 22

At last I have wifi internet at home. In fact I spent yesterday doing all the things that mean you are settled. I.e. I got a driver’s license, library card, gym membership, bank account and subscribed to the newspaper. We (the family ) will be hanging the art this weekend. Tomorrow I will take Caitlin to her second therapeutic riding lesson.

And best of all.. The trash collection picked up the mountain of boxes and packing material accumulated at the curb. I assume my neighbor’s are as relieved as I am. We had a terrific night of sever. We had thunder storms with heavy wind and drenching rain two days ago. As I heard the thunder and looked out and saw the black skies, I started trying to bring the mountain of boxes stuffed with paper packing into the garage. The wind was blowing boxes down the street, and the rain started drenching me. I would wrestle two boxes into the garage and then chase four or five more down the street. I got most of it in before it was soaked. I, though was thoroughly soaked and dripping. But by trash collection today it was all dry and back at the curb. Whew!!

Now we are back to punishing heat in the upper nineties.
Two weeks now we have had this weather. At least it is no longer humid. Poor Noel. Her car just died. Shuddered to a stop in the middle of the street on the way home yesterday. Grant went and helped her push it to the side of the road. She called a tow, but had to wait in the punishing heat. I went to sit with her in my air conditioned car. Soon Nate showed up with jumper cables, which got it started, but it was unable to keep going once the cables were removed. A wonderful demonstration of the blessings of being family in the same town.

The rest of you can stop here… Soccer fans might read on.
I used my brand new wifi to stream the Copa American semifinal;
USA vs Argentina. USA was trounced, mostly by Messi. But it was a good game. Messi made an amazing goal off a penalty kick. Then Messi was pushed over the fence and into seats by a wayward ball. A spectacular spill that he miraculously appeared uninsured by; and he went on to score again. A great maiden run for the wifi.

It defies my best hopes how smoothly this move has gone. Everything on time and as expected. And no complaints from the renter in DC.
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Dawn on the prairie

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The tornado siren just around the corner

If this appears twice, it’s because the blog program does not work without wifi, but saves things to publish when in wifi.

JUNE 14-19

It is impossible to publish a post without wifi. So it has been a while since I posted. We arrived in Columbia in time to met Noel for lunch and get a tour of the Geology building, and her office, and then Jeanne and I cooked dinner for all of us.

I took the day off Wed after arriving in Columbia at Noel and Grant’s. That morning Jeanne left to return to DC. We were both exhausted after our fabulous road trip. Unfortunately Jeanne’s rest was delayed until Thursday, as she had a long wait at the airport. Caitlin woke up sick Wed and had to stay home from school. I stayed with Noel and Caitlin, who napped most of the day. Noel worked a bit, and I played hookey all day, having secured the keys to my house the previous day. Late that afternoon, I arrived at Caitlin’ Preschool to meet Noel and Grant to go to her first therapeutic riding lesson. It was 100 degrees, and she was not at all happy to find herself on a horse. She screamed and cried until they trotted. Then she seemed to be happy; until they stopped the two and were walking again. She was not the only unhappy kid, and the instructor said it usually takes two or three times before they enjoy it. Noel brought milk for her, but I will remember to bring water next week, when I take her to the lesson.

It has been so hot here for the past week, and will continue for the next week. Is this summer in the Midwest? The people I have met say this unusually hot for an unusually long time. I’ll see how it goes. Fortunately there a plethora of lakes and pools in the city where one can keep cool.The parks here are so numerous they are like Starbucks; one on almost every corner. Many pools or other water features.

Thursday the trailer arrived as requested, and Noel and I went to Walmart to get a car seat and stroller for me. Noel was also on a mission to find lace up shoes in 6 T size, as Caitlin had refused to put on shoes that morning, and she needed closed toe shoes for her first therapeutic riding lesson that afternoon. I picked up some other necessary things for setting up the kitchen for unpacking. Drawer liners, organizers for drawers and shelves and the like. Then I met the delivery of washer and dryer at my house. It seems odd to an east coaster, but no rental in MO comes with those appliances. You are supposed to provide them. They are not usually supplied when you buy a house either. In any event I ordered them Wed. And they were delivered Thurs.
How many times does that happen on the east coast? And installation was included.

Grant made a delicious Tuna steak dinner, which inadvertently had much garlic that I did not detect . Friday was moving day. The movers arrived on time, but I was sick as a dog from the garlic poisoning. Mid morning I called Nate to bring me a coke and sandwich as I was feeling sick and woozy. I thought I was hypoglycemic and /or dehydrated. After consuming those, I felt better, but still so sleepy. Nate was ready to help unpack, but I was too sick and sent him home. When the movers left, I went to bed and slept 10 hours. Sat. I was much better. Noel arrived to help unpack, and we unpacked the kitchen and dining room. No surprise that there was not enough storage in the kitchen for my plethora of cooking equipment. But Noel came up with some great ideas to solve that problem. Now I need child locks for the drawers and plugs, etc.

Nate arrived just as we were done for the day and settling down to chat and relax. It was such a pleasure to chat with them without the pressure of time. Knowing that I would see them again in the next few days. Once the kitchen was usable, I bought a few groceries, and then it felt like home. In the early evening I joined Noel, Grant, Nate and Caitlin at a neighbor’s pool for a refreshing swim and cookout. We all spent the rest of the evening hanging out on Noel and Grant’s deck. It was so enjoyable. The woods beyond their deck were alive with fireflies. It was as if the trees were sparkling, glittering. There is a red tailed hawk who likes to hang out on a tree in their woods. What a glorious bird. I suspect it is in wait for the bats, which might be easy prey.

On my way home that night, I felt like I was in the right place. I could be happy here. I like the more relaxed lifestyle. I have met two neighbor’s; Tom from two blocks over, and Harry from three doors down. I am waiting for Dick to show up.

Nate showed up as promised to help unpack on Sunday. We set up my office/study. The files are put away, the computer and printer are set up and working; though no internet as yet. I have a desk workspace now. And we finished setting up the living room, and the bathroom.
My closet still needs unpacking, but it is coming together. I think it will take another week to get completely settled, but it feels like home already. Once. We were done, we had brunch/dinner at a nearby restaurant, and chatted. I like this easy accessibility to my family without the the pressure of a visit. I did not attend the Unitarian church as many were away at UA. I’ll go next Sunday.

June 14-19

JUNE 14-19

It is impossible to publish a post without wifi. So it has been a while since I posted. We arrived in Columbia in time to meet Noel for lunch and get a tour of the Geology building, and her office, and then Jeanne and I cooked dinner for all of us.

I took the day off Wed after arriving in Columbia at Noel and Grant’s. That morning Jeanne left to return to DC. We were both exhausted after our fabulous road trip. Unfortunately Jeanne’s rest was delayed until Thursday, as she had a long wait at the airport. Caitlin woke up sick Wed and had to stay home from school. I stayed with Noel and Caitlin, who napped most of the day. Noel worked a bit, and I played hookey all day, having secured the keys to my house the previous day. Late that afternoon, I arrived at Caitlin’ Preschool to meet Noel and Grant to go to her first therapeutic riding lesson. It was 100 degrees, and she was not at all happy to find herself on a horse. She screamed and cried until they trotted. Then she seemed to be happy; until they stopped the two and were walking again. She was not the only unhappy kid, and the instructor said it usually takes two or three times before they enjoy it. Noel brought milk for her, but I will remember to bring water next week, when I take her to the lesson.

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It has been so hot here for the past week, and will continue for the next week. Is this summer in the Midwest? The people I have met say this unusually hot for an unusually long time. I’ll see how it goes. Fortunately there a plethora of lakes and pools in the city where one can keep cool.The parks here are so numerous they are like Starbucks; one on almost every corner. Many pools or other water features.

Thursday the trailer arrived as requested, and Noel and I went to Walmart to get a car seat and stroller for me. Noel was also on a mission to find lace up shoes in 6 T size, as Caitlin had refused to put on shoes that morning, and she needed closed toe shoes for her first therapeutic riding lesson that afternoon. I picked up some other necessary things for setting up the kitchen for unpacking. Drawer liners, organizers for drawers and shelves and the like. Then I met the delivery of washer and dryer at my house. It seems odd to an east coaster, but no rental in MO comes with those appliances. You are supposed to provide them. They are not usually supplied when you buy a house either. In any event I ordered them Wed. And they were delivered Thurs.
How many times does that happen on the east coast? And installation was included.

Grant made a delicious Tuna steak dinner, which inadvertently had much garlic that I did not detect . Friday was moving day. The movers arrived on time, but I was sick as a dog from the garlic poisoning. Mid morning I called Nate to bring me a coke and sandwich as I was feeling sick and woozy. I thought I was hypoglycemic and /or dehydrated. After consuming those, I felt better, but still so sleepy. Nate was ready to help unpack, but I was too sick and sent him home. When the movers left, I went to bed and slept 10 hours. Sat. I was much better. Noel arrived to help unpack, and we unpacked the kitchen and dining room. No surprise that there was not enough storage in the kitchen for my plethora of cooking equipment. But Noel came up with some great ideas to solve that problem. Now I need child locks for the drawers and plugs, etc.

Nate arrived just as we were done for the day and settling down to chat and relax. It was such a pleasure to chat with them without the pressure of time. Knowing that I would see them again in the next few days. Once the kitchen was usable, I bought a few groceries, and then it felt like home. In the early evening I joined Noel, Grant, Nate and Caitlin at a neighbor’s pool for a refreshing swim and cookout. We all spent the rest of the evening hanging out on Noel and Grant’s deck. It was so enjoyable. The woods beyond their deck were alive with fireflies. It was as if the trees were sparkling, glittering. There is a red tailed hawk who likes to hang out on a tree in their woods. What a glorious bird. I suspect it is in wait for the bats, which might be easy prey.

On my way home that night, I felt like I was in the right place. I could be happy here. I like the more relaxed lifestyle. I have met two neighbor’s; Tom from two blocks over, and Harry from three doors down. I am waiting for Dick to show up.

Nate showed up as promised to help unpack on Sunday. We set up my office/study. The files are put away, the computer and printer are set up and working; though no internet as yet. I have a desk workspace now. And we finished setting up the living room, and the bathroom.
My closet still needs unpacking, but it is coming together. I think it will take another week to get completely settled, but it feels like home already. Once. We were done, we had brunch/dinner at a nearby restaurant, and chatted. I like this easy accessibility to my family without the the pressure of a visit. I did not attend the Unitarian church as many were away at UA. I’ll go next Sunday.

June 15

Caitlin was sick this am and could not keep her breakfast down.  She stayed home from school with Noel and I and went to sleep around 11am.

I took Jeanne to the bus that will take her to the airport this morning as she was feeling the tug of home.  I will miss her.  We had a fun trip across the US this last week.  Saw much we had not seen and ate well.

I am taking the day to rest up before the moving in.  I’ll need to shop for equipment for drawers and shelves to keep things organized, and for child proofing.  But I can do that tomorrow, when Caitlin is hopefully feeling better.  Her therapy was cancelled for today, so good time to just chill, before the storm of unpacking begins, a well as the first therapeutic horseback riding lesson on Thursday.  I am looking forward to sleeping in my own bed Friday night.

Columbia Mo June 14

We made a straight through trip for 3.5 hours from Branson to Columbia, and arrived in time to have lunch with Noel at a nice sushi place in Columbia.  Noel then took us campus, where Jeanne as the iconic ionic columns on the campus.  These are the stone columns from the original building that burned in the late 1800’s.  They are installed on the lawn in front of the admin building that replaced the original building.   Afterwards we visited Noel’s office in the Geologicla Science building.  They have wonderful rock and fossil displays.  Jeanne and I enjoyed adding to our rock knowledge after our Buffalo National River trip.

Following our sojourn in town, we had just enough time to unload at Noel’s house before going to get the tour of systems at my new house and receive the keys.  I last saw the house in the early stages of renovation.  It is lovely now, with new paint, appliances, flooring, light fixtures and garage door.  I think I will be comfortable, even though the shower is not as lovely as mine in DC.

Unfortunately the heat wave will continue through the weekend, while my furniture and goods are being unloaded.   The move has gone so smoothly thus far, there had to be some discomfort.  I had to buy a washer and dryer, as no rental house in MO comes with those appliances.  I still don’t understand that.  But it is the way in MO.  Turns out the coupons the USPS gives when you change address got me $100 off the price.  That was some consolation.  Hopefully they will be delivered and installed by end of week; free.

Jeanne and I cooked dinner for us that night and Nate joined us.  We enjoyed lounging on Noel and Grant’s newly refinished deck, as the evening cooled off.  Caitlin had therapy at home just after returning from school, but I think not much was accomplished, as she was too interested in what the adults were all doing.

Branson, Mo June 13

Today we spent a good half the day at Buffalo National River.  A lovely river with hiking and canoeing.  I really want to come back there with Noel and Grant and kayak the river.  The geology and rocks were so exciting for me, and Jeanne was also enthusiastic.  We found many fossils.  Some of the best fossils were in the paving stones of the picnic area.

We are spending the night in a Marriott family resort, because it was the best option available near Branson, Mo.  That destination allowed us to dawdle in the Ozarks looking at quilts and pottery and the like and still get to Columbia in the afternoon .  We enjoyed a refreshing swim in the pool with all the families. My goods have arrived in Columbia over the weekend, but I was able to arrange delivery for the 16 th after our arrival in Columbia and gaining access to my new home.

Branson is highly commercialized with many musical extravaganzas and neon like Las Vegas.  Neither of us enjoyed it much.  Jeanne did find a nice place for dinner on a finger of the lake.    There was a nice breeze and we were able to eat outside looking onto the water.  Lake Taneycomo it is.

Little Rock June 12

Long drive to Little Rock through much farm country.  Luckily we dodged the many thunderstorms, and had a mostly dry drive.  We arrived at 3:20 PM, and went directly to the Clinton Library.  As Linda G suggested, it was revelatory.  I had not realized/ remembered all that had happened.  I particularly enjoyed the Cabinet Room where you could walk through three big decisions of the presidency; what advisors and cabinet members thought, what Clinton thought, what the outcome was.

The river walk sculpture garden was delightful, thought the temp was still in the low 90’s.  There were several miles of park trails dotted with modern sculpture that we found very attractive.  In fact we found the city quite attractive.

 

We were there for Sunday night.  There are blue laws that inArkansas .  So the hotel restaurant was teeming because all other restaurants were closed.  I have not been in a state with blue laws since I was a child.  Quite interesting.

We stayed at a nicely refurbished hotel near the Clinton center and the river.  The ceilings In the  rooms must have been 15 feet.  The room was large and the hospitality was warm and not obsequious.  If you are ever there  try the Capital Hotel.

 

Nashville June 11

Today was spent at the Country Music Awards Festival.  We heard some good music and some not so good.  But we are not done.  There is still the evening.  The morning was good, but by 3:30 it was 95degrees, and we called it a day until evening.  It was great fun being in the crowd, meeting people, and it was not too crowded or rowdy.  I am sure rowdy happens after our bedtime.  I met a woman my age from Dublin who has been coming for 5 years.  She says country music  is very popular there.

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Nashville city is very easy to navigate, and lovely, especially near the waterfront.  There were two venues on the waterfront.  One especially nice outdoor arena with padded seats and shade in the afternoon.

After we sent my daughter pictures of our CMA doings, she texted back; “OK it was good you took the southern route”  She had been adamantly opposed until then.  Sending pics of herself and Caitlin waiting for grandma to arrive.

Last night a very interesting character walked into my dream.  Very vividly.  I think he will walk out onto a page very soon.  I want to elaborate him.   Not all that often do I dream things I want to put on paper.  Last time was a music score many years ago.  I think this road trip is very freeing.  I’d like to do it more.  Any of you interested in a road trip, let me know.  Not right away, of course.

In the evening, we went to Husk per my neighbor’ s recommendation.  We did not have reservations, as there were none available .  So we went early at 5:30 to get a bar seat.  There was a waiting list for bar seats .  We put our name in, and ordered a drink.  Before the drink was half done, we were offered a table!!!  Someone did not show.  We had a “out time” to be out the door.  It sounded great, but in fact we missed the out time by 5 minutes. The food was so extraordinary .  We could not stop.

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Then we went to the Parthenon, a replica, at sunset.  It was glorious.  I’ve never been to Greece, but this was remarkable to see it in it’s “original” glory.  By that time two old ladies were exhausted and went home to cool off and relax.

Tomorrow the Clinton Library.

Thank you :Linda G.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staunton Va, christiansburg Va June 10

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Our road trip began yesterday.  We are taking a long way around to Missouri to see some things we wanted to see.  We stopped for lunch in Staunton.  The Depot Grill. We both had fried oysters, and they were amazing.  Crispy and juicy.  It was a quaint town, and we spent some time admiring quilts in the quilt shops, then went to the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library.  Did you know he was born in Staunton?  And raised in Georgia?  The library, having been founded before 1955, is not administered by the Archives, and is a small affair, but interesting in light of our book club reading on Ida Tarbell.

We spent the night in Christiansburg.  Superman greeted us at our arrival at the hotel, having just finished changing in the phone booth.  See pic above, I hope.   was good.   We could not find decent food, and all the people were overweight.  Super nice people, but poorly fed.  In farm country no less.    This is why we need to promote locavore.  But I suspect, the prices are better for the farmers elsewhere, and local custom does not support eating habits like ours.  The people were all kind and went out of their way voluntarily to help.  I loved the people, but I want a better life for them.

Unfortunately Jeanne  awoke in the night with flu-like symptoms, so we called her doc and went to the local pharmacy to pick up Tamiflu.  Subsequently we labled all her water bottles and segregated her towels.  Best we could do.

 

Friday  we headed to Nashville.  I’ve never been there, and we both enjoy music of all kinds.  Little did we know it was CMA festival week.  Lots of great music, and so many people.  But prior to landing in Nashville, we stopped for lunch in Jonesborough, for a nice lunch at the Dining Room.  I had had dinner there many years ago during the Storytelling Festival, and it was as good as I remembered.  Nice walk around the town, visiting artisan shops.  Then   We drove across great   Blue  ridge vistas to the tune of Mohammed Ali’s Memorial service.

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I found the memorial service very inspiring.  Yes I remember him from my childhood, when everyone thought he was a radical.. And he was.  But not so long after, I found myself on the radical side.  Not the “blow them up” radical, but the “I will fight you ” radical.  I don’t know if he was truly as he was described, and I liked Obama’s comment about not smoothing the rough edges.  He was after all a pugilist….turned pacifist?

I would like to live the life he was described as living my self.  I’m not sure I would have been willing to risk jail at Supreme Court level for my beliefs.  I hope I would.    I do think he was an important factor in the black power movement, and I enjoyed hearing those remanences .

Then we arrived in Nashville, and found the traffic to our destination was minimal ; just dumb luck.   We cruised into our destination passing by traffic jams to rival any day on the beltway.  Jeanne was still not well, so I went out exploring and found a really good tapas restaurant, and explored the music row.  Here the people of all ages were slim and dressed in  short skirts, dark lipstick and silky hair.  I saw very few overweight people, and lots of gay people and women really decked out with cowboy hats and slinky clothes..  Even the hotel desk people had on cowboy hats and western attire.  They were clearly enjoying themselves.  In fact everyone was enjoying themselves at all ages.

Despite the festival, rides were easy…..The drivers said because of Uber and Lift.  In any event I could get around easily and without wait.

I expect I will get better at inserting the pics as we go along.

 

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