Archive | May 2014

Class Reunion for 1969

113 this is the classmates that showed…134 How we all found our place…

119 Martha Edwards & daughter… 111 Our teachers: Coach & Mrs. Yates and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sanford and Linda Meadows

121 Nancy, Belinda, Linda, Elaine… 126  Susan & Jeff Dye, Wayne & Belinda            .                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Daugherty, and Judy Boone Griffin  & Kirby Griffin

116  Milling around, like we used to…not getting a word in edgewise. Notice the PICTURE on the table, of those we lost.

Joseph Burns, Jan Claybrook Blake, Barbara Gamble, Ray McCreight, Willie Mae Wyckoff, Fred Thomas. It is hard to believe we lost so many so soon.

For those that didn’t come to this REUNION (and could have) you missed a good one. For those that missed it because you couldn’t help it, we plan on others before too long.

Cleta, Linda Gail, Tricia, Deliska put some work in this one…..we hope the next one, we have more help. We did this one out of love.

Deliska Bradley

from 5/17/2014




Fruits (well washed), Vegetables (you raise-well washed), Nuts (in moderation), Olive Oil, Avocados…fish, if you catch them (no catfish-only scaled fish, no shell-fish) in clean water… PLEASE!?!?! Tell me how many people can do this??? It ain’t me babe!!

I do the best I can, but I eat meat. I eat whole bread. I eat real butter. I am trying to change certain things I eat to make it fewer calories but if you trade a low-fat you gain a sugar. SO? Fat I am, Fat I’ll be.

I am a type II diabetic and have been for years. I am morbidly obese, or so the doctors say. I am almost 6′ tall and way over 60 years old. All my ancestor women stood tall and stocky (known to many in the South as Rawboned Women) and I won’t be a skinny woman this side of heaven.

I am planting my garden in the morning.

Dee Bradley