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COUNTDOWN T-4

MAY 01, 2021



4 days to go

We're going to start the countdown here on May 1, 2021. The countdown is T-4 or four days left to go! One might ask, 'Four days left until what?'

Well, four days left until Cinco de Mayo, but that's not the real object of this countdown. Cinco de Mayo does fit into the mix, but not for obvious reasons.

You see, four years ago on May 5, 2017, Patty and I moved down to Live Oak Island in Crawfordville, Florida to take ownership of our new home and to spend our first night in it.

On each day of the countdown I'm planning to share something about the change that took place in our lives and how it all unfolded. So, here goes...

on May 5, 2017 we made the 231 mile, 2.5 hour drive over from Cantonement to Crawfordville. It would be almost another year before we brought Martha over to once again live closer to us. And, the delay in bringing her over actually worked out very well for us since we needed a place to get out of town and crash when the threat of hurricanes was looming.

So, how does Cinco de Mayo fit in the mix? Well, we arrived in Crawfordville for our first night and while driving along the main street (highway 319) we decided to look for a place to eat. When considering what we wanted, we both landed on Mexican (unaware that it was Cinco de Mayo and that this might make a difference.)

We found and pulled into El Jalisco's and it's been our Mexican hang-out ever since! We enjoyed that dinner at the original location, which has since been moved up the road to a new location in Crawfordville, but still on highway 319.

More tomorrow when the countdown continues!


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