I might could be an aged country hipster when I thought I was only Beat.

Redacted definition of hipster.

Or am I just Gen X lost in time and lost in space… and meaning?

Mahalo.

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With a new day

Comes new strength and new thoughts. [Words of wisdom from the Little Methodist Church down the hill.]

Dear readers, I have been in contemplation and mourning.

After several days camping in the heat to sweat out the yuck in me, smoke mass quantities, and face another birthday [yep, 47 now], I came home to 2 days of comfort before a close friend, Rebekah Sue, passed away suddenly from what the doctor believed was a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in her lung).

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Summertime

The kids were still playing outside when I pulled up. Grandson came in today for a visit with Papaw, Grandmama, and his aunts. His 3 crazy aunts. Goddess bless that child.

Mahalo.

Alphabet Soup Pride Potluck and Party

Friday, June 28th, 7 – 10 PM

At UUFMC, 1081 Willis Branch Rd, Richmond KY.

Party for the LGBTQIA+ community and Allies on the eve of Lexington’s Pride celebration.
All invited, all welcome. Family friendly. Bring dish, beverages, or snacks.
Hopefully this becomes an annual celebration for our local Alphabet Soup Community and UUFMC.

MidSummer Fae Festival

Come join our

MIDSUMMER FAE FESTIVAL

Presented by

GARDEN SOURCE SPIRITUAL CENTER, INC.,

EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS

and MYSTICAL FAIR,

at

EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS

1084 Whipple Ct.

Lexington, Ky. 40511


Friday, June 21st

6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.


Dress as fairy as you please and flitter around the dance floor!

There will be: A Summertime Picnic Fare that will be available for purchase, Music, vendor booths, and Psychic readings available for sale

All proceeds will go to the Sponsoring Charities

ENTRY IS FREE BUT ALL DONATIONS APPRECIATED

For Information contact:

Susan Kelch-Dyson

859-576-1025

or

colorcrazy74@gmail.com

Remiss in my blogging

My apologies, dear readers. I have been more than a little overwhelmed by life of late.

Wanted to share the new sign in front of the little Methodist church down the hill, “Be a radiant human and shine on others.” I love these words of wisdom and I have been trying to live them over the past month.

Also, wanted to share the first lily of summer in my yard:

Wild and wonderful.

Until next time, party on, dudes, and be excellent to each other.

Mahalo.