I just got home,
the The Charleston Riot weekend is in the history books.
I can not tell you how many interviews I did I even made the front page of the paper!
I went on Sunday but Wednesday was like hitting the ground running....are you ready?
Monday was a radio/tv interview with WEIU
CBS WCIA called on Wednesday and wanted a interview.
cold and windy
Later Wed we had a presentation at the middle school and did the play
"A Question of Loyalty"
the wonderful cast
Now time for the house tour run through
House #1 The Dudley House
built in 1892 by a distant cousin of mine
The Historical Society owns it
Brenda on our committee had it all decorated for our meet and greet
cousins Sheryl and Marty in the vintage kitchen
the stair case
period furnishings and woodwork
about 30 of us
Then we loaded up to go to the next house
The Kelly House
built in 1864
beautiful walnut staircase
view of the dining room
modern touches in a 1864 house
I love the kitchen with the view of the courthouse
I left my camera in the car for this home so this is with my iphone
as we left
I will show the next 3 houses with my next post
But here I am on the front page on Friday
we were at Starbucks and to see myself on there was
So much to tell you but only good.
The paper called the weekend "magnificent' Wow!
Harold Holzer hugged and kissed me on the cheek and said I was
I must be living a dream............