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My Encounter with the RedmanClearly out of view I lay vomiting over my Grandmothers azalea bushes Countingthe bugs in the earth between heaves and thinking over the reasons that had gotten methere All I could do was smile despite myself My Papaw and I had shared a veryeventful day together as it seemed we always did We were both a little mischievousespecially since he was my mentor It seemed the more mischievous he was the moreMy Grandfather Papaw as I called him was hard at work splitting firewood as Iapproached him with a tall glass of iced tea Papaw was a very hard working man Heworked from daylight till dark always in his denim overalls and boots He stood whatseemed to me to be eight feet tall but I believe was only six His character reaked outthrough his crystal blue eyes and sun parched face When he spoke it was deliberateand so very country As I sat next to him I could smell his sweat with a hint of Old Spice Quietly I watched him pull a red handkerchief from his pocket to wipe his head andface free of sweat as he settled back in the swing to enjoy his glass of iced tea withIt was too hot to play as I sat leisurely in the swing underneath the big oak treewith my Papaw As he stood up he winked at me you could just see the playfulness inhis eyes as he pulled a packet of something with an Indian on it out of his pocketBefore I could ask any questions he opened the packet He pulled out a big wad ofsomething that seemed to resemble a huge piece of gum only it was brown and heplaced it in his mouth His cheek was so full of this mysterious Indian stuff that itpuckered I thoughtgosh it looks awfully good I had never seen this sort of candy withthe Indian on it before but
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