Trick or Truth? Part Three

All I can say is Mark Richt must have had replacement players in the GA vs SC game this past Saturday.  Maybe it was early Halloween for the team?  I pray the DAWGS can bounce back after that encounter with the Spurrierator!  I enjoyed  attempting to watch a good game with longtime friends from Macon.  Buster, Brad and I reminisced about growing up and sharing past experiences.  Some tales get longer, some shorter, and some just plain hysterical.  Ah storytelling, what a true art.  A great way to pass norms and mores. In other words, share your past life experiences with the present generation.  Oral and written traditions used to be the only way people learned about their family’s history and how to do the basic necessities in the village.  Now, I am not so sure.  Technology sure has changed the way we live.  I think it has made everything too fast.  There is a lot to be learned about life away from the computer screen.  Not that I advocate shenanigans, but there was always some type of personal lesson to be learned while running from the neighbors after some nefarious Halloween activity.  There is a reason they call it TRICK or treat.

Continuing from last week, Catherine Winn would bring her husband  William dinner every night to the train tracks on the Marietta Square.  Being a conductor, he was able to stop and pick up dinner from his beautiful wife most nights.  Mr. Winn worked the graveyard shift and one morning he did not show up at home at his usual time.  Catherine thought he just got side tracked in town and thought  nothing of it so she continued with her daily routine.  As the evening drew closer her worries became apparent!  Legend has it, she sent a telegram to her husband’s work and was very surprised by what the owner of the train company had to say………