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Tea Time With Katina And Leah

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I confess. I love baseball. We didn’t have a tv until the late 50s, so radio was the best way to hear about baseball games.  I was sad to learn of the death of Willie Mays, one of the greatest baseball players of all time. My brothers and I used to pull for the Cincinnati Reds, but we thought Willie Mays and the San Francisco Giants were way cool. Mays’ nickname was the “Say Hey kid” but supposedly he never used those words in public. The “Say Hey Kid” was 93. You can see May’s life in photos here.

I told y’all about this yacht the other day; here’s an update from Jody Gogol of Wild Dunes who posted this on Next Door. ”This magnificent yacht, SAMSARA, is sitting off the coast of IOP down by Dewees Island.  The owner is JK Rowling, author of Harry Potter.  The beautiful yacht is fully lit up at night.”  Check it out!  https://www.superyachtfan.com/yacht/samsara/

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