Haha! Yep that will get you there, haha!ThanksLeontien
oh my that is so funny...Fortunately we are not quite that far off of the beaten track...GPS can find us...locals can't hehe.Thnx for the chuckle.Kelsie
Ha!! No doubt my road would be unnamed too.
this means your are truly "off the map"
Are you sure you're not at the Hollow? My GPS still can't find my house...according to it, I live down the road on the right! LOL!!...:)JP
That's hysterical! Did anybody take the call?
We are not on the map either and I like it that way! The mail doesn't even deliver here, we have to go to the post office and we read our own power meters because the electric company doesn't come either.
hi Kymberly! so nice to meet you! I love this post! We see this often while driving around the state, but not at our driveway!! Your house is beautiful and I LOVE the life (and responisbilities and chores) that you are giving to your children! Such a gift. One of the many reasons we were so happy to leave Dallas was that if we saw another teenager driving their brand new bmw to school we were going to scream. People had the mentality that it was a crime to make your children do yard work or get a summer job at 16. I seriously think some of them thought cps would be knocking if they made their children do anything that wasn't "fun". I love having the local teenager bag the groceries here!! happy weekend!joan
That's hilarious. That can be a good thing sometime!!!
Would it sound strange if I said that GPS would make total sense to my mother?
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