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summer is here

Forget spring summer! It was 80 yesterday wasn't it? The forecast is for 80 again today that's what I love about this southern weather. I'm hoping to hold out until May before I turn the air on, I think I may want to revise that and settle for the last of April. We used the grill last night so that we would not heat up the house. It didn't get warm in the house until about seven, all that brick releasing it's heat I guess, so when we went to bed at eleven it was a bit stuffy in the house. Yes it is 6:02 and I am awake for the day thanks to my nightmares. I think I was hot and I'm not comfortable when I'm sweating and sleeping. Yesterday my ornamental cherry tree broke out in blooms while it is a small tree it's light pink buds a beautiful and I noticed my bulbs are up and blooming as well. We are the only hold outs when it comes to grass cutting, everyone else around us has dragged out there mower and chopped off the green. We have yet to tame our field of green, when Clipie does I'm going to make him wear his John Deer t-shirt that says "Been there cut that" or his snoopy shirt that says "I fought the lawn and the lawn won" It would make some great pictures and pages don't you think? speaking of pages I'm stuck on my recipe pages, it must be the whole duplicate thing. I maybe calling dh screaming for help.well I have yet another date with officer Rabb so I'm off to watch him and Mac battle crime. Blessings to you all A


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I want to live in Bexley

Of course you will not know this song however i must express myself

I want to live in Bexley
So I can drive a big car
I want to live in Bexley
So I can act like a big star

At least that's the way I remember the parody song in my head. This lovely song was composed by two male disk jockeys who hosted the pop music station in my home town. At the time Bexley was "the" place to live. So those who cant afford to live there naturally make fun of the people who do (do men really change as they grow older?) Today I was thinking about that song clipie and I went to Springhill Tn, drove through Franklin Tn, then we came to two little towns called Brentwood and Oak Hill. I must say I have seen some huge homes in my time I've been to parade homes worth millions and had more than 10,000 sq feet so yes I've seen big. However I have never seen a community of homes so big I would not be able to gander upon how big they were. Let my try to compare most of them, they made our old tow…