in Pleo Land.
Do you still want to be my friend on here? If so, please say "Yes!"
to our precious daughter-in-law, Missy
. She is a treasure!!!
I like to do something they will remember.
This time, it was a colossal sandstorm.
After my doctor's appointment in Lubbock (yes, company got to go there with us, too), we went to Cracker Barrel for lunch. Our company had their backs to the windows, while Jimmy and I were facing the windows. There was a CVS store across the street. The dirt got worse and worse the longer we sat there, until finally there were times when the CVS all but disappeared. We drove around Lubbock to show them The Sights...namely, Texas Tech, and the Buddy Holly statue. Neither of those was very impressive in a sandstorm, either.
Then we drove home. UGH!! There are many good reasons for living in west Texas, but sandstorms is not one of them. Tumbleweeds by the dozens crossed our path, and a few times visibility was next to nothing. But we made it back to Seminole in time to stop at Gaines County Farm Supply for the company to pick up several jars of fresh ground peanut butter.