Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Not so fast...

After wishing Jimmy Wilfong "good luck" with his exams, we left Scranton and headed to my sister's home in Charlotte, NC. We always have a good time with Curt and Terry and their family. We planned on one day in Charlotte, but this winter storm moving across the south has forced us to rethink things. We are staying here another day and will head west on thursday when the sun comes out again. Thanks for those phone calls of concern from our friends.


  1. You must be getting antsy to get there. I'm excited to tell you about the new technique for pastels I experimented with. You have to try it, too!

    It's a wretched snow day here. We already have 6 inches. It's a white out right now!

    Glad you're having fun!

  2. Do you remember a song by Harry Chapin called "Thirty Thousand Pounds of Bananas"? It was a story ballad about driving a tractor-trailer rig down one of the steep hills into Scranton. That was always in my mind when we had to spend the night there because of weather conditions on the way to or back from Cleveland. Of course, that was before the the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company became part of Scranton's identity