26 WBM june 2015 ten feet of you, she’ll know every-thing about you within five minutes. Not only that, she has never visited a single place on this planet Earth — and she is well traveled — where she hasn’t known someone and usually they’re from Hamlet, her hometown. For a small town, Hamlet must have a huge population and they’re all friends with Lillian. Anyway, my point is, our group is very friendly and we always said “Good morn-ing” as we passed other walkers and joggers. Certainly excuses could be made for those with headphones who presumably didn’t hear us but those others … well. A lot of times our walks ended at Middle of the Island where we pro-ceeded to undo whatever good the (ahem) power walk had done. They had a feature on the menu called the Little Bit, I think it was. It included a little waffle, a little egg, a little biscuit, a little bacon, a little sausage, maybe a little scoop of grits or hash browns — something like that. Anyway, since it was so little ... you get the drift. Or some-times we’d go to Causeway Cafe — Margaret liked the grits there and no wonder; they’re five parts cream and three parts butter to one part grits. Yum. Margaret always brought her own Sun Drop or she ordered iced tea in a Styrofoam cup with lots of ice. She likes ice. Anyway, we loved having breakfast and then walking it off on the way home, unless of course, we had a busy day ahead in which case we’d get our husbands to come pick us up. If we didn’t stop for breakfast, some of us — well, it was mostly Anne and me — liked to stop either in Port City Java, which at that time was housed in Roberts Grocery, or the Café del Mar for iced coffee — half caf with Splenda and skim milk, no guilt. On View Thru September 6, 2015 at Cameron Art Museum This exhibition is sponsored generously in part by Anthony F. Janson and the Vincent Long Foundation 3201 SOUTH SEVENTEENTH STREET WILMINGTON, NC 28412 910.395.5999 Image: Hiroshi Sueyoshi (Japanese, b. 1946) Detail of Blue Green Crater Glaze Vessel, 2014, Stoneware with crater glaze, Collection of the artist.
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