Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Dirty Wrinkled Paper Bag (P.S. No longer have comment modification)

  
((Hey, Y'all, for my regular readers who kind of keep up with what I am doing, I had supper at grandson, Andrew's home with wife, Julia, and their three children along with other family members. I am so blessed to be near family now. We celebrated the birthdays of little 2 year old Brooke and her daddy, Andrew. We had a wonderful time and they opened presents. What a joy it is to have family we love and who loves us, and what a contrast to people who live on the streets. We can count ourselves so fortunate. I am also thankful that we are all safe following the tornadoes that ripped through our county yesterday. Love to all of you. Blabbin' Grammy. ))

13 comments:

Anna Smith said...

I love what you're doing for the challenge. Happy birthday to your family members :)

Universal Gibberish

Anonymous said...

You have captured the secretive ways of street people well....I am certainly hooked on this story.

Grammy said...

Thank y'all! :)

Clarissa Draper said...

A gun and a book! I'm intrigued.

Annalisa Crawford said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

Good post, I'll have to call back to find out what happens :-)

Heather Murphy said...

What a great story! I'm going to have to go back and read the beginning :)

The Golden Eagle said...

Intriguing story! I can't wait to find out what happens next.

Nate Wilson said...

What a clever way to do the A-to-Z, a story broken up kind of like the old serials. Only, instead of a chapter at a time, you're cutting us off mid-sentence. What an excellent (and evil) way to ratchet up the suspense. Looking forward to where this story leads...

Grammy said...

Hi, Y'all, Thanks for the visits and I don't mean to be cruel, I just have to have time to figure out what is going to happen next. Ha.
Ruby

Lynn said...

I like your story! A little suspense there at the end. :) Thanks for coming by my blog.

Jeremy Bates said...

Aw, shucks, I wanted money to be in that bag so much! lol

Patricia Stoltey said...

Ruby, I was wondering if those tornadoes were anywhere near where you lived. We saw a lot of film on the television and it looked awful. I've done my best to move far away from tornadoes and hurricanes...they scare me to death.

Pat

Anonymous said...

What a suspense story, great.
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