Genee Guidry and Ryan Latiolais will ring their joyful wedding bells Friday, May 13. I’ll give more details next week.
Bonnie Boudreaux amazed us again with her cadeau de bonté decor of beautiful breath taking floral selections for our Easter Mass avec Père Fabre. Every inch brings to mind the reason why we come to this alter.
New are the two angels posted on shelves on each sides of the replica wooden cross which Jesus carried, was nailed to and on it suffered and died. Forget not He died for us and our sins that we may live, but; He arose again from the dead and His spirit lives in us.
The warmth of these beautiful flowers are arranged with Bonnie’s frail little hands and guardian angel helpers and we are all the better for being of God. And we can know He made us all equal and gave us the same courage and strength that He’s instilled in Bonnie. Praise God!
Easter is a memory, and now and it’s time to get in gear for the Crawfish Festival and other events happening around here. Listen to the radio stations because they make announcements galore. I heard Eric White at 106.5 and Paul Marks 101.1 announcing these exciting year round family events.
A few weeks ago I bit my finger nail and broke a small piece of my front tooth. I went to Dr. Fontenot in Breaux Bridge with my dilemma fearing having to live a toothless life till I’d get another denture made. He rescued me, being his regular patient, repaired it in his office and did not charge me extra for it. My hero le dentiste!
The lawnmower my son in law gave me is a rugged one. I used it to cut a path in the woods behind my camp before my fence was built. A couple of zigzags I cut made the trail more daring. I ran across two snakes, we were all three scared of each other and went our separate ways real quick.
I stopped by and visited with my cousin Willis and was admiring his garden tomatoes. He said the twenty six healthier tall ones are celebrity tomatoes and the two short ones are named grogneon’s. He daily sits under his carport enjoying the cool southerly breeze watching the fishermen drive back into town. And y’all say hey to another two hard working Catahoulaens, Bozo and Ollie Verette.
The Hilltop tour ends Sunday May 15th. I am grateful to Paula Dillemuth and blessed the tour stems from the book “Poor Man’s Provence” written by Rheta Grimsley Johnson that featured a nine page chapter about me. That’s why I’m along on the Exotic Cajun tour to entertain the group with songs and some of my memories. Paula’s number is 225-767-6916. I’ve witnessed an adventure of swamp land and Cajun people on this trip I did not know existed and will not soon be forgotten.
Prayers are being asked for the survivors of those tornado’s in our neighboring states.
Memorial Day will be coming soon, and I’m waiting for a story about six soldier brothers who served the WW2?
Amètie à tout! Cousine Hélène, 228-1714