Tuesday, December 11, 2012
A Small Town in the South
We visited in Weaver's Barber Shop and listened to Mr. Weaver sing some Christmas favorites and play his guitar. Only in a small town in the South.
Alas, my pocketbook had to remain snapped
shut with Christmas looming 14 days away and the bills coming not far behind.
Then I have to confess this blogger fell into a trance at Mary's Eatery and forgot to take any more picture :( I will have to rely on my writing skills to describe the delightful meal I had.....some good country cooking....rutabagas, candied yams, fried chicken, biscuits, corn bread, pickled beets and a carrot cake jelly roll all for a low, low $7.00. Only in a small town in the South.
Then we went over to Sue's Florist to watch a demonstration of how to make one of the newfangled wreaths. Sue is a Hartsville native and my dear MIL taught her and all her brothers and sisters. There were a lot of stories swapped while the wreaths were made to the purchasers specifications. Only in a small town in the South.
All in all it was a good trip with good friends......the kind you make in a small town in the South.