Please ! Write your story well!
Last night Crossview & her man and mama and her man (ME!) double dated and went to Swamp Gravy, a local theatrical group at Colquitt, GA. The Name of the play was "Ain't No Tellin!" The four of us were with our church senior group. First we had dinner at the Tarrer Inn then walked around town until the theater opened. Crossview and hub, we love you! The picture is of the cultural museum at the theater.
The performance was superb! If you ever get a chance to go - do it! A very wholesome family event. The play centered around the last depression (the year 1938) - not this current depression! A writer came to town and wanted to write short stories and the play centered around the stories of the lives of people in the community. Lots of humor! However, papa cried off and on as I looked back at the "bones" (skeletons) in my own family's closet. I thought of my great grandmother who died in her 80's after spending the last 50 years of her life in an "Asylum for the insane". She was buried in an unmarked grave. I kind of wrote the very last few lines of her story. In 1997 I found her grave sight and the grave now has a nice marker on it.
If each 20 years of your life was an Act of a four Act play, what Act are you in? I am now in the final Act of mine, I want to have a great ending, with a little humor thrown in. However I hear the Epilogue goes for an eternity.
As mama and I said good bye to Crossview and her hub, I hugged Crossview and with tears in my eyes I told her, "Write your story well!"