I Remember!


Last week at Line Dance Class we worked on an old dance that I especially like but the teacher used a different song.   I liked the other one so much better but I couldn’t remember what it was.  I still don’t know the name but the tune has been playing in my head for days! 

I can’t wait to tell the teacher tonight!    Line Dancing is the greatest way to exercise! 

Come on out to Memorial Baptist in Pulaski, VA at 5:30 tonight for a wonderful time!

 

dusklittlerivercopyrightDusk on The Little River    Original  30″x40″ Oil Painting      $2425

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at     KENDALL KESSLER ART

Einstein was right! Everything is Relatives!


dusklittlerivercopyrightDusk on  The Little River   30″x40″ Oil Painting    $2425

Prints on Paper or Canvas and Greeting Cards Available at    KENDALL KESSLER ART

I can’t believe I don’t want desert!


dusklittlerivercopyrightDusk on The Little River   Original 30″x40″ Oil Painting     $2425

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at     KENDALL KESSLER ART

We had spaghetti tonight and I can’t believe I don’t want desert!  I am a sugarholic so it is news when I pass up the sweet stuff.  Time for a walk!

Blue Ridge Mountain Folk Tale near The Blue Ridge Parkway and More Mountain Happenings!


My Artwork

horsepasturecopyrightBlue Ridge Pasture    Original 12″x16″ Oil Painting    $384

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

 

colorflowcopyrightColor Flow  Original Oil Painting has been Sold

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

 

dusklittlerivercopyrightDusk on The Little River      Original 30″x40″ Oil Painting     $2425

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

Preacher Tale

I’m sure there are more ghost stories out there but I am going to look into other legends of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  There are a lot of wonderful folk tales about famous people and about regular people attempting to better understand their mountain life.

A lot of them are humorous.  I especially like this Preacher Tale that I got from Blue Ridge Folklife by Ted Olson.

It seems there was a church that was separated from the people by a patch of woods.  There was a road that went around the woods to the church and there was a path through the woods that went directly to the church.

The pastor and a deacon were having supper at the deacon’s house and were getting ready to go to church for an evening service.

The deacon remarked that the woods were full of bears so he was going to take the road.  The pastor said the Lord would protect his people that do His will, which is what they had been preaching all week.

He finally showed up at the church all torn up and got up to the pulpit and told the congregation that the Lord will protect you if you are doing His will but he ain’t worth a damn in a bear fight.

Life with The Bird and Word Man – Clyde Kessler

The next Blue Ridge Discovery Event is this Saturday!  Don’t miss out on this great activity!

BRDC Day at Independence Farmers Market

Fri, May 30, 9:30am – 12:30pm

Where
Intersection of 21 and 58, Independence, VA
Calendar
BRDC Web Calendar
Created by
scott@blueridgediscoverycenter.org
Description
Kids programs will be provided on site.