Just a couple things

 
 
Thought I’d come up with a little bit to write. Just in case that precious niece of mine decides to check this out. She’s my most favorite friend! Smile
 
Wednesday I had jury duty. It’s not something that I jump up and down with joy about doing. Here in KY, or at least in this county, we are in a jury pool for 120 days. During that time you are to be available whenever a trial is scheduled until you actually serve on a jury OR the 120 days is up. Wednesday was the 2nd time I actually went to the courthouse. Three times it was cancelled, which didn’t hurt my feelings any. Anyway, Wednesday, I was among the 18 called to start the selection process. This was a civil case, not a criminal case, so I felt more comfortable with it. And the good thing:  it was only for one day. The best part is I was selected, and because of that I won’t have to do it again for at least 2 years!!!!  It was a long day, left home before 8 am and didn’t get home until nearly 6 o’clock in the evening.
 
When I did get home. Noticed lights in the yard as I drove in and Darryl’s suburban almost in driveway. The guys were dressing a deer!! That husband of mine had gotten a six point buck. He was sure happy about it. Said he was heading toward the house and happened to notice a deer standing off to his right. And since it just stood there, what could he do, but shoot it. Yesterday he didn’t see any deer, nor did he see any this morning when he went out. Hunting season ends this weekend. So far we’ve had 6 deer to share three ways. We are very thankful!!
 
 
 
 
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