#2,218 Oil Change + Trays + Sign.
by Erin Napier
For the first time in… 2 years… I got the oil changed in my car. To be fair, I’ve only put 500 miles on it since the last oil change, so it’s not as bad as it sounds. It’s dumb, but I love going to our oil change place. I’ve been going there since I first started driving in 10th grade and every time, the guys that work there are so kind and treat me like I could be one of their daughters. They like to ask how I’ve been doing, how’s Ben’s Chevy doing, to be sure and let him know my engine gaskets may need changing in the next couple years.
At work, Ben finished up the serving tray he built on Periscope yesterday and added it to the website. You can get one made by Ben with some good old reclaimed Laurel, Mississippi heart pine that’s 100+ years old over in the Scotsman Co. shop.
After work we went over to the theatre to talk about the plan for Sunday. In hopes of making sure every TV possible is tuned in when it matters most, we’re not having a big public screening of the show. We’ll be watching it for the first time with just the Home Town cast and family, our nearest and dearest…
Before the big Home Town Homecomin’ celebration + meet and greet that our friends at Laurel Main Street are hosting at the Laurel Train Depot at 12:30! You’re all welcome to come from near and far. Eat lunch with us and bring a pan of cornbread or dessert. I would love to see lots of your sweet faces, friends! Click here to RSVP!
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I’m Erin Napier, co-owner of Laurel Mercantile Co. and Scotsman Co. with my husband, Ben. I’m an artist and he’s a craftsman and we help people moving to our town find and restore old houses on HGTV’s Home Town. In an effort to count my blessings, this journal has documented only the good things that happen on each and every day of my life since January 1, 2010. I am a wife, a daughter, a homebody, a bubble bath lover, a book reader, a sentimental, stressed out, slightly obsessive southerner. Welcome!