MEMORIES

Posted: October 24, 2010 in Family album
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LOOSEANNA: SPANISH MOSS, PINE TREES, HUEY LONG, FROG GIGGING, COTTON MOUTHS, BOY, YANKEES. SLOT MACHINES AT EVERY RESTAURANT AND GROCERY STORE. AUNT ADA AND UNCLE RUDY’S FILLING STATION AND GROCERY STORE. OUTSIDE THE STORE OIL CANS AND HUNDREDS OF BOTTLE CAPS. READING COMIC BOOKS, SHAZAM AND THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS. THE OLD GAS PUMPS. WHY DID THEY CHANGE THOSE PUMPS-PROGRESS?

MILLION DOLLAR ROAD. A ONE AND A HALF LANE ROAD,GRAVEL COVERED,DUST CLOUDING OUR WAY TO AUNT MINNIE AND UNCLE URAH’S FARM. NEVER CHANGING EVER CHANGING GENERATION AFTER GENERATION SMALL TOWN. written by John Dyess sometime in the 1970’s

The Keating Farm,Covington, Louisiana



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Comments
  1. Peggy Rosenthal says:

    John,
    I love your blog! What a great idea! Your illustrations have always impressed me, especially the ones of the little neighbor boy next door. : )
    I’ll be back to visit.
    Peggy

  2. johndyess says:

    Thanks Peggy
    You may see a painting on this blog of the little neighbor boy when he wasn’t little anymore.
    John

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