*Way– habit, road, course, route, system, track, method, walk, approach, technique, procedure, trail, path, progress.
There are many different “ways”. Some examples:
Chitter found the two little grouse above hiding out of the way.
A local farmer on his way to the hay field.
The straight and narrow way.
If you fall asleep while hunting, you may find yourself in a bad way.
The wrong way.
Way up the mountain.
Ruby Sue is always in the way.
And for this weeks Pickin & Grinnin In The Kitchen Spot: The Gloryland Way.
J.S. Torbett was born in 1868 and lived until 1940. Torbett was a singing school teacher for 35 years, and he wrote The Gloryland Way.
I hope you enjoyed the Pickin and the Grinnin. So what way are you in, on, or at?
Portions of this post were originally published here on the Blind Pig & The Acorn WAY back in June of 2008.