LONG Distance Information: The Story of Cousin Bob
My husband and I were giving a wedding party at one of the last existing juke joints around these parts, a little run down place called Po’ Monkeys. You might have heard of it. It has been publicized so much it’s almost “touristy” now. Mr. Willie Seaberry, also known as Mr. Monkey, is a hard working man. He works all day on the Park Plantation and runs Po’ Monkeys every night.
This particular night, we had rented the place and it was closed to the public. We had decorated the joint with balloons and streamers and candles, and it looked as pretty as I have EVER seen Po’ Monkeys look. Mr. Monkey even asked if he could keep the decorations!
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