Saturday, November 18, 2006

Deer Corn

Wow...we are back in small town Louisiana for sure. :)

It is so funny to see all of the differences in the places we've lived. It's been about 12 years since I've actually lived in Saline, LA (except for a couple of summers home from college). I had forgotten some things. For instance, yesterday in Jonesboro (a town about 30 minutes away where the nearest Wal-Mart is located) there was just a sea of camouflage everywhere we went. When we were in Wal-Mart, almost every buggy had deer corn in it. Yep, deer season is soon and very soon. So funny and interesting to compare that to, let's say, Phoenix...hundreds of miles away in more ways than one.

Welp, better go. Off to go to Granny Hough's house to let her see Asa Rose for the first time. Then it's time for the finals of the Saline Basketball Tournament...our boys and girls are playing. My brother plays and Daddy coaches. Fun stuff.

Oh, another thing that is fun about small towns...and the small Baptist churches in them...Thanksgiving dinner (that is lunch to most of you) tomorrow after services. Yippee!! :)


not so fertile girl said...

Small town life is funny after you have been in the city for a while. But it is kind of nice to get back to a slower pace of life, isn't it?

Pam said...

Michawn, what is deer corn? I know what field corn is also sweet corn and Indian corn and popcorn but deer corn??? A puzzled Mum