They say when you cut the head off a snake, the snake stays alive just long enough to bite you and everyone you love. This past weekend, I cut the head off a snake in my tobacco patch and it didn’t bite shit – excuse my language.
Just sayin’, don’t believe anything you hear or read.
So good mornin’ to you all.
Eagleville Elementary School is having a petting zoo this weekend. The zoo will be two dogs, a cat and three sheep. Thanks for the support, Eagleville. Should be fun for all.
An undiscovered WW2 test bomb – used for military tests during WW2 training – exploded when a local Book Club group (the Facebook page said there were seventeen active members) was having a picnic on the outskirts of Eagleville near the College Grove line. The book they were reading was ‘All The Light We Cannot See.’ There were no survivors.
The weather is so freakin’ cold now – no thanks to Brandon – but, I suppose, spring will come at some point in this life. We’ll be in the 20s in the day and the aughts at night.
In sports, Eagleville High School LaCrosse is having tryouts… nope… nope… nope… not giving LaCrosse anytime here. It’s not a real sport – at least not real in these parts. Connecticut can talk about it all they want.
That’ll do ‘er for today.
The cherry pie is fresh at the Dairy Bar this morning. So go there and smoke your cigarettes, drink your coffee, eat your pancakes and finish it all off with a nice slice of cherry pie.
Remember, health is genetics. Some fat people die when they’re ninety and some skinny marathon runners die when they’re thirty.
Have a great one.
Talk at ya tomorrow.