We rolled into town on Friday evening around 8 PM. And it really was a pretty fantastic weekend.
full of everything deep-fried you could dream of, and a never-ending supply of lemonade
I tried so hard to get a decent picture of this particular room in this house. To me, it was the essence of Life in the South. While I do not always relish this “essence”, it’s easy to romanticize it for just a weekend.
Anyway. This is a picture of Kyle and James Moore, Sr. — father of Kyle’s good friend, James, who we haven’t seen in years.
The front porch. What is Southern life without it? Add a basket of boiled peanuts and a fountain of Mint Julep for extra doses of Southernness.
Later we ended up (in the A/C) at Model T’s. This lady was there. I’m pretty sure she captivates my idea of how excited people get about the Watermelon Festival.
Later, she fell asleep in the corner with a lit cigarette hanging out of her mouth.
We woke her up before she burned the building down.
And, once again in the A/C, we enjoyed the parade inside the pizzeria.
Yeh, Hampton has a pizzeria.
Let’s face it — this is what we really went to Hampton for.
Also, their dump truck got pimped out.
And then, there was a birthday party for this little lady, who turns TWO today!
And Joey. I hope I have a kid just like him one day. 🙂
“Hey!! There’s a real nekkid behind in there!”
And that’s all I have time for today. Because vacation starts on FRIDAY!!! And I have a lot to get done before I turn my brain off for a week or so!