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How We Met, Part 2, or...............

Category: Family and Everyday Life | Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2006 5:18 am

how I fooled Richard, according to Richard. LOL

When we first met we, of course, tried to learn everything about each other. So the conversation came around to where we grew up. Richard is from Kentwood, a small dairy town, on the Louisiana, Mississippi state line. I am from Darrow, a very small rural town, whose only claim to fame was the Mississippi River ferry to a larger town, Donaldsonville. In fact Kentwood seemed like a big city compared to Darrow. I told Richard we lived in the middle of cane fields, which was the absolute truth, they surrounded us. He always tells people I trapped him under false impressions, because I made it sound like my Daddy was a sugar cane plantation owner.(NOT) Silly boy.


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glendann wrote on Wed Dec 20, 2006 6:50 am:


I have been craving Sugar cane for the past 2 months .My dad raised it for years .I can almost taste it.
Richard is a mess Cajunbelle,but I'm sure you know this really well LOl




pondlady wrote on Wed Dec 20, 2006 1:35 pm:


When I first moved to NO, I saw sugar cane for the first time at the French Market. I had no idea what it was. I bought some and started eating. Yummy.
Yes, Richard is a mess, a crazy boy and just a delight, but you knew that already, Sharon.





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