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With Gravy On Top...

“I come from a home where gravy is a beverage.”
― Erma Bombeck

We occasionally dine at Gray Brothers Cafeteria in Mooresville, Indiana. For those who are not familiar, Grays is a 3rd or 4th generation family-owned cafeteria-style restaurant – very good food for just about any taste in generous portions at a fair price (and I do not have any affiliation with this restaurant whatsoever but I do hold a $25 gift card.) With reference to Erma Bombeck’s quote above, our youngest daughter, Avery, used to get bowls of their brown gravy and drink it with a straw. 14 more words

Photography

The Season Of Gray

We’re in my least-favorite season: the season of gray. The glories of fall are over, but winter hasn’t started yet. All the color seems to have washed away. 102 more words

Reflections

You better get out. I don't want to hurt you.

Collier Gray being duly sworn says:

Albert Battle was on wagon with me come to his house he open up the gate I drove in yard he shut gate behind me I drove to wood pile he stopped behind wagon I look back & saw deceased getting over fence Albert’s wife told deceased not to get in yard dog would bite him deceased said what dog if you get over you will find out what dog he continued to come & came to front door he tried to open door from front door he went to back door & left to back door & went to wagon where Albert Battle & myself were at & stood there about 2 or 3 minutes & never said anything Albert said what do you want deceased said I don’t want anything I ask him did he have good sense he said you need not care he did not say anything more for about 2 or 3 minutes then he turned & went back to back door & left back door & went to front door walked up on steps & tried to open front door again Albert came around from wood pile & said you get out of my yard the deceased said I am not going no where Albert went in house & got his gun & told deceased to get out of my yard deceased said he was not going Albert said to deceased my wife is scared of you get out of my yard deceased said I am not going anywhere Albert said go out I don’t want to hurt you deceased I am not going no damn where I am not scared of you & nobody else I am not going nowhere Deceased said you can shoot me if you want to I am not going no where Albert said you better get out I don’t want to hurt you Albert turned off & went to gate & opened gate & started back to house to put his gun up & the deceased turned from corner of house & made toward Albert & said I am not scared of you & I will let you know it & deceased made towards Albert & got in about 7 or 8 steps of Albert & put his hands in his pocket & continued towards Albert Albert said stop & still deceased continued toward Albert & deceased got in about 2 steps of Albert & started to take hold of Albert & Albert knocked deceased down with his gun then Albert put his gun in this house & then went to out in the road & called Mr Warren Woodard & Mr Woodard went to where Albert was & went in Alberts yard & looked at deceased Mr Woodard told me to get some of the boys to help me to carry deceased down to the Gin house Alberts brother in law helped me    /s/ Collier Gray… 584 more words

Wilson County

British Preppy

I was so happy with my Fantastic Beasts-inspired outfit last week that I decided to try it again this week. Now, this is an even looser interpretation of the look than my previous outfit, but it’s built on the same elements – lots of neutral colors, tweed/wool, and oxford shoes. 65 more words

Clothes

E.V. Gray story

…the real gem in this story is the EMA2 motor that was submitted for 10 days of analysis to Crosby Research in May of 1973. The tests (if you do the math) report an energy gain of about 274. 67 more words

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