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Down the Drain with Jane
Wednesday, January 14, 2009 • Posted January 14, 2009

Last week, I received an inquiry about my “Bed & Breakfast.” It was evident that in the request for information they had no clue as to who Jane Zesch was. One of the questions was, “Is it non smoking?” and the other was, “Are there Biking trails in the area?” My reply was, “Smoke’m if you’ve got’m and ABSOLUTELY NO BIKING TRAILS!”

I’ve not a reply as of Friday and ten to one, I’ll not have one. My Bed and Breakfast business was not intended to be a nonprofit organization, however, it’s really turned into one. But, it’s been an experirence that’s been exciting and satisfying. I’ve enjoyed the getting on all fours and cleaning, it’s the getting up that’s the hardest.

For the first time, I’ve not decorated the house with anything of Momma’s or Olivia’s to decorate around. Too, for the first time I can see why my daughters in law really don’t want that photo of Uncle Ovie and Aunt Jeannie! It was something to me, but it doesn’t fit their decor. Too, I don’t get my feelings hurt when they refuse this or that, that I want to pass on down to them.

This B & B business has caused me to meet some people that are really great and others that I just really didn’t care for. The ones that rearrange my pillows on the couch are the worst! Seems, like others like to rearrange the rockers on the front porch! But, the ones that just enjoy and don’t rearrange, are the best.

Thus, if you ever go and stay in a B & B, please don’t rearrange the furniture. If that’s a thing with you, go and rearrange your house!

P.S. Springfield Baptist Church, Springfield, Kentucky, “GOD MADE WRINKLES TO SHOW WHERE SMILES HAVE BEEN!” So, when you see an old wrinkled person, you’ll see a very happy person!!!!!!! And to think Mary Kay wants to conceal them!

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