Hello Daylily Friends,
I have been so distressed because my connection with the internet has been out for at least a week. Yesterday Diana Rae talked to a representative of AT&T and expressed our considerable disappointment with the quality of their service. Actually this loss of internet connection is the third time that this has happened over the past three weeks. Then, someone from AT&T called and I pointed out that they are not the sole provider of internet service. Tonight we are back on the internet, so I can post.
ve objects inside. Kelley Rae tells me that these are called "Maracas." The dictionary says that a Maraca is like a dried gord with seeds inside. Anyway, Little Lily Rae kept to the rhythm of the music. After the Choir practice all the Choir members were given what I would call "batons." I gave these to Little Lily Rae when we returned home, and she played them with joy. I would sing the song, "Merily, Merily life is but a dream," and again, lily used her batons to keep time.
On Tuesday I drove down to Bainbridge, Georgia, to visit with the Southwest Georgia Daylily Society. What a journey; just wonderful! The Club made arrangements for me to stay at the "Holiday Inn Express and Suites." What a grand room. King size bed, extremely large bathroon, two televisions, a sitting room, a refrigerator, a microwave, and the room was on the top floor. Claudia Miller met me at the Inn, and I followed her to the meeting where I made a very unfortunate discovery. I left my computer cord in my hotel room. So Claudia's son, Drew, rode with me back to the Inn where I got the cord. Because of my mistake with the cord I fouled up the time and didn't get a picture of the Club. Still, it was such a fun visit. Thanks to everyone for making the visit so delightful.