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Anyway, 'Thanks Everyone for supporting this band.' and 'Have A Great 2015'. O.K?
Now, more Drama....Yep, you guessed it...there was even more excitement on New Years Eve than Steve and I had expected....Here goes.
Well, we got home...well almost home 'round 3 am. AND, our neighbor's house was on fire....ON FIRE?!! YEP, that's right, on fire. There were fire trucks, fire men and women everywhere, fire hoses ALL over. AND, they were all very busy and said it would be several 'HOURS' 'til they could let us get by them and go all the way home.
At 5 am, we were still waiting, on the street in our car. It was COLD....'bout 20 degrees out. My legs/feet are swelling, bladder full, and I'm cold. Steve always pumped up after a gig...and this one such a good one...was 'just doing great, thank you'. Show off. SMILE.
When a kind fireman appeared out of the cold dark fog...told us, it would stlll be awhile and started to leave. My hero, BARTLETT ON BASS, with compassion in his big blue eyes, explained MY situation to this wonderful fireman
This fireman disappeared again into the cold and shortly returned with the news that they had cleared the road just for me....and we could go home.... then, he said sofely 'Do you have any socks?....explaining that our neighbor had lost EVERYTHING, he'd barely got outta his house alive, AND, was cold. 'Do we have any socks?' The RED CROSS would help him tomorrow, but he was cold tonight.
Well, of course, Steve took off his socks, gave them to the fireman with a warm sweat shirt we had in the car. 'thanks' said the fireman. We drove home. We wjsh our neighbor well. Thank you RED CROSS and that kind fireman who appeared outta the dark, cold fog.
SASS will be at STONEGATE again 2 more times in January. Check it out. That's all. Jan
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