LOVE makes the ride worthwhile
I already posted this LO under Heritage, but it occurred to me that with my word art, this technically qualifies for this month's contest. lol. So, here it is.
ABR HisNHers papers
BVA Brush Set Well Worn
MRE SS Tools PaperTear
BHA Sassy Pumpkin Hopsack Emb
MAD 20 Sketches
BHA Stylize Collection Biggie
ABR AYO Zoom Scenic Route stitch
SNU Mischief Maker Emb
BHA Stylize Alpha
ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Worn Overlays Special
Font: Vintage Typewriter
Glen W Shay was what you’d call a character. (The W doesn’t stand for anything, by the way. It’s not an initial, there’s no period after it; it’s just Glen W -- period.) I
asked the family to tell me about this picture. Dad said it was before his time, and his own knowledge of the story is sketchy, because Grandpa was a little touchy about talking about it.
What he does know is that the motorcycle was a Harley Indian, top of the line back in the day. Owen thinks the picture was taken going down Main Street in Belle. Sometime later Glen was running an errand and hit a chuck hole or pop bottle over by Ray Oliver's blacksmith shop. He took a rough fall, peeled his face and ended up in the hospital. No one’s sure what became of the motorcycle.
The guy who owned Sly's grocery store, where Grandma was the bookkeeper, said to her, "You're not planning on marrying that crazy so and so, are you?" Ha!