A Good Romance


Winning drawing from MCMS art contest: The Best of Miller, Texas
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April 27, 2015
Taken by Robert Bell
April is one of those months that can’t seem to make up its mind.  One year hot.  The next year cold.  Old folks claim that the last cold spell comes Easter weekend.  Easter came early in April this year, so that’s probably the reason for the unstable temperatures these last few weeks.  But that bit of folklore begs the question: How would Mother Nature know when Easter weekend is?  Just one of the many questions that life has no answer for. (Yes, it's okay to end a sentence with a preposition.)  Millerites have enjoyed some beautiful days sprinkled in with a lot of rain.  This blogger is ready for a few more rainbows and a little less rain.

Since we have had an unusually high number of romances budding in our little berg, it seems prudent to pass this little tidbit on to all the potential Millerite brides-to-be.  Days to avoid when setting your wedding day, if you're the superstitious sort--Friday the thirteen:  November 13, 2015, May 13, 2016, January 13, 2017, and October 13, 2017. Just saying. 

Moving on to more interesting gossip.  DD is in the Big H this week.  Seems he is spending more and more time there.  Could that be due to a certain BB with the initials CC?  Bingo.  My, my, how the mighty have fallen.  Sigh!  Don’t you just love a good romance?  There are rumors that our guy went ring shopping last December.  Expect to hear news before long that these two are tying the matrimonial knot.
Meanwhileback in the piney woods, recent storms have produced a lot of lightning.  Remember, folks, that lightning can strike two miles in front of a storm, and that humans far too often are the victims of lightning strikes.  Well, humans and gas stations.  That bolt from the sky that destroyed the Gas-N-Go last December still gives me nightmares.  Stay inside when the weather turns stormy, or you might find yourself the subject of a very tragic lead on the 5 o’clock news.  No one wants their 15 minutes of fame to be about their demise.  Take care and be safe.  Nuff said!




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Rainbow image courtesy of Robert Bell at freedigitalphotos.net
Wedding knots courtesy of nuttakit at freedigitalphotos.net
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