We came home Saturday from the Neshoba County Fair with loads of dirty clothes, some leftover food and memories to last a lifetime. It was our 25th year, and we are already making plans for next year.
After 25 years at the Neshoba County Fair, we have a couple of mainstay recipes– must be cooked every year. My yearly duty list includes Taco Dip and Sausage Pinwheels.
As a general rule, I don’t ride amusement park rides, for the simple reason that they make me nauseous. I have never been one who could get on any and every one of them and now limit myself to only the ferris wheel. And sometimes that makes me sick.
I have another tomato pie recipe to share. This one is from Jennifer Wade of Calhoun City, whose husband Justin asked her to send to me.
Chickenbone Fire Dept. had a “first ever” Sunday night when they responded to a call from a citizen on CR 151 who had a snake in her house. Yikes!
Good news for Journal subscribers and for us. The postal service announced last week that processing of newspapers in Grenada has resumed on a permanent basis.
A trip to the grocery store with Joel and me is always entertaining, usually ending up with him lusting after some item, and ending with a list of foods I have never eaten (and he for some reason finds fascinating)– Little Debbie Nutty Bars, Honey Buns, bologna, Funyuns, pork skins and more.
Dealing with newspaper subscription delivery is like plugging holes in a leaking dam. You get one problem stopped and two more take its place. Due to continual delivery problems in Houlka, we are now taking the newspapers to the Houlka Post Office ourselves, instead of letting them go on the mail truck to Grenada and then Memphis. Problem solved.
It has been a chore to get shoes on our 18-month-old granddaughter Ellie Kathryn, but we have finally had success.
A Korean couple visiting Calhoun County last week and had a dream come true when they met their idol Ace Cannon.