Well, I reckon maybe since I began sneezing last night around bedtime, and the back inside of my throat near my sinuses feels itchy, there will be more...that I have my cold back from about a month ago (or one very much like it...ha). I had hoped to go eat with the seniors this evening, but right now, I am not sure I will make it...sorry, y'all.
When I was thinking this morning about what to put on my blog today, I thought "what about the kind of sneezes that people do?" So, here goes. First, there is the smothered sneeze...wouldn't you hate to be a smothered sneeze, where you never got to express yourself? Poor little sneeze, dead before it got to be a sneeze.
Then consider the little sneeze that sounds like a kitten hiccupping. Those poor little sneezes never get to achieve their full potential either.
A little bit more assertive are the ones that sound like you are telling a cat to scat, and somewhat meaning it to go for sure.
Then you take mine....(Please! ha ha)...mine are the kind that when one sneezes, people know it...kind of a Whattt-Chooo sound...now those are so satisfying...I do cover my mouth and nose (it takes both hands). I reckon maybe I can do a pretty good sneeze, but not as good as my daddy's sneeze was. Jim Campbell could sneeze and there was not any doubt that it was a sneeze. I also inherited my propensity for allergies from him. Gee, thanks Dad..and passed it on to my kids...Sorry kids... Oh, yeah, and my sneezes never come just one at a time, but in series of great number. It was so embarrassing at school, that I couldn't sneeze just one time and stop. (Now those, I did try to smother, but without much success)
You are welcome to comment here about your sneezes, if you've a mind to. I reckon I'll just stay in today and nurse my nose and try to catch it before it runs away...ha ha. I expect this to be over with in about three days or so. I'm expecting some of my grandchildren to come over on Friday evening to watch a movie with me.
Carol and I went to my church last night for a performance by a men's quartet. They are called the Penny Loafers and began singing in 1985 while in college at Berea, Kentucky. They still live in Berea and are in Dallas for a music conference. They happen to be friends of one of our church members. I really enjoyed having Carol sitting next to me and introducing her to a lot of my friends.
After church, I went to Braum's Ice Cream parlor with some of my friends from church. Carol was invited but had to decline because she really needed to get back home and finish up some things before going to bed. It was really good to go out with them, and I enjoyed it tremendously.
This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for today. Much love to each of you. Bye for now..More later.