The nine days at home have flown by so fast. We have enjoyed our time with family and our short revival at Corwin so much but it is time to move on down the road. If all goes as planned Kelly Jo will take Odie to the Dayton airport very early this morning. I will crank the bus and meet her south of Dayton, hook up the Green Machine to the BoggsMobile and skedaddle toward Nashville. We have an appointment for the BoggsMobile at Prevost at 2:00.
Odie is flying out to Joplin to be in Bethany Crafton and Brad Bohan's wedding. She will fly to meet us in Mississippi Saturday evening. All of this is subject to weather and God's grace. IF it all works, then we plan to start revival in Waynesboro, Mississippi on Sunday morning. If it does not work then we plan to be serving God where ever we find ourselves.
We want to say thanks to our families for all the meals and smiles over the last week. It sure has been nice having a little extra time with you. Thanks as well to Pastor Acy Lamb and the whole Corwin Pentecostal Church for your fine hospitality. I promise I will try to stay longer next time.
I will let the pictures from this week tell the rest of the story. God bless you all and thanks for reading.
Tuesday Kelly Jo and I made an early morning trip to the dentist in order to find out that there was Nothing wrong with a tooth that has been bothering me really bad since Saturday. I gave them $98 for their helpfulness and then we went back to the tire store so they could put the correct hub rings on my the new Green Machine wheels. Then we swung by the bus to pick up Odie for her first trip to Acapulco this year.
We met Bro. Wendal and Sis. Crystal Lamb from the Corwin church and my parents for a "lite" lunch. We had a good time visiting with everybody. I hope they all enjoyed the lunch as good as we did.
Several folks have asked me what makes the Burrito California so special. Well, I will give you the description and let you decide for yourself if it is something you would like. It is filled with steak, chicken, onions and beans. It is topped with crumbled chorizo, chunks of pineapple and grilled shrimp and smothered in white cheese sauce. I get the shrimp and pineapple on the side but bring on the white cheese sauce!
I think I will take that description to some of my other favorite Mexican places in other states and see if they will make it for me. They could add mushrooms, cilanto, guacamole and cheese inside and call it the Burrito Davy or the Burrito Boggriguez. Man, that is making me hungry!
Biscuits and Gravy and Ma and Pa's! Delicious!