I kind of spread myself out a little bit to hold the tent on my, what is pouring nerve damage and stuff like that, because the winds were just enormous we were just lucky. We got another kind of, a big room size camper. We started up, we started out with this tent and pieces that was never going to work. We did buy a larger tent, it was like having two rooms with it when it split in half.
So he's like two rooms now and then we eventually moved to. We bought a used pop-up of y'all used pop-up, which was nice getting off the ground. We thought we were in the big time, but then once I didn't work and one of the kids fell off the edge, remember that, when they extended the snaps can loosen, didn't fall out, but it was, it was loose. That one was needed. A lot of work to it. Did it needs a lot of work and we got that one because we were planning on taking the kids with us, you know, we thought they're married.
But you know, there's enough room for a bit, slept 8, or something or It was is pretty big is like driving a bus. And so we wanted, we're going to take the kids and go to. We always headed to Florida, you know, we really like to go to Disney World. We would take him to Disney World when we, when we have some money. And so, so we had that that driving, you know, that big long one, but then our oldest one decided she didn't want to come. And we just took that the middle one in the younger one, but their friends and went down there.
That was really a trip there. Just about every four years. We made a trip to the Disney World or Disneyland. They give our kids an opportunity. And we didn't really talk about finances that it goes pretty tight going to. And from we just wanted them to have a good time and asked, and that was our goal and we did, and, and they talked about it today. And now that they're married, they've taken their significant others and redid the same trip.
We took, it must have been good or they wouldn't have done that. We had taken camping trips, given the most small camping trips there and, and we ended up camping on a hill. Remember that time. We were camping. We went to get this, they were full, but they says, we do have a couple spots left and and so we took our our camper that that tent and in the end we ended up sleeping on a hill and it didn't seem like much of a hill until you lay down to go to sleep and then it got wet rainy and wet.
Hang out. Don't slide down the hill. You have to take everything hanging up and dry it out on my gosh. That was part of our camping trip. That was every camping trip. We have a lot of stuff to dry out, all our camping gear and everything. And then you know that we always have coolers and we never did it. We knew it. We didn't know what we were doing.
So we put all this ice in there. And of course everything was floating after they, you know, it's like a you know, that was fun. It was still fun. We enjoyed it. The kids enjoyed it, you know, that's what counts and then I found out after we were married that you didn't know how to swim and no end. And you had allegedly said, I will take swimming lessons to learn how to swim cuz I love swimming. I have that ability. I was the only person in the class that could go downstairs and collect all the different toys and rings.
At the bottom of the pool was easy for me to stay down there. I was not doing it now and then when I was done collecting all the little toys off the bottom, they would send the pole down and I would get pulled my way up on back up for air again. We put the pool cleaner for a while. No natural rock is put me in the water and I'll find the bottom.
No problem, you know, but that one's surprise me too, cuz you really don't. You're not so much of a reader. You know, he liked you liked this article magazine articles and stuff to read a book of three, four hundred pages. I need a lot of pictures in the book. The do that. I like, I like magazines because of the Articles condensed stories to know somebody, you know, and then you'll find out if it's like you don't like that and all dead here, right?
You're right. That's what keeps it interesting. Isn't it? We did. We did have one time. When I have another major layoffs. We're we're running out of money and. But I'm going to go down south and get a job. Then they gave me a job and we stayed there in Shreveport for almost 3 years and then, then the economy bottomed out there.
Now, what we can do in the meantime, I had saved enough money for us to rent a truck and get back home. I'll go, no job. It was just enough money to get back home. Just enough to get home, just enough. Yeah, that's a whole nother. So we ended up going to the church and asking the church to help us out.
And also, that was that was interesting to. They helped us out a lot and we stayed at people's houses when we got back. Remember, cuz we couldn't get back in our house. We have rented our house when we left. That was one of the smarter things that we did. Because somebody said, why don't you just sell your house and move down there or try renting, you know, renting the house out in case this doesn't work. Cuz we didn't know what we were in for what it was going to be like, and it was just a good thing that that, it worked out the way it did.
So we did have a house to come back to, but it turns out that the people that that were renting our house, we're building a house in the meantime, and they weren't ready to move out when we got back. So we had like, two weeks.
So we had this rental truck that we had to find some place to put all our furniture. And so we found some friends from church that let us use their garage. We loaded all our furniture off that truck and I we couldn't keep renting that truck and put our furniture in there and we farmed are kids out in three different directions and you know, that was 2 weeks of Chaos in fabric at back with us.
And, of course, it didn't work that way because the cat was gone in a day. You know, he, I think he was trying to find his way back to Louisiana, but we never did see him again. So that nobody would let us take the cat, you know, with them, you know, nobody wanted to camp for two weeks so that we could take it along. So it was kind of, that was kind of a sad part. They are too old but the kids were at, they were okay with all this, you know, and we were probably coming back in time because Kelly was just reaching at dating age, and she was just getting to become acquainted with these Southern Boys.
And we went. Oh my God, can you just be having one of these guys for a son-in-law? You know, it's like, I don't think so. So it was a good thing that we came back. When we did, Kelly was starting to develop an accent. And when I was down there, I had volunteered to help the kids at the school because I didn't have a job right away and I can remember, you know, going into the class, you know, and they wanted me to help the kids read and I thought well, yeah, I can do that.
You know, I'm a good reader and and you know, I did that for a couple days and then the principal came and she took me aside and she said, you know, she said this isn't going to work. She said because we have we say these words differently than you do. There's a Southern accent, you know, and the accent things in different places and you're trying to teach him you're trying to teach him up north oak it and it's like, okay.
So I was I was eliminated from that job. So and I thought I better go find a real job. So I I found a job working. I worked in their Bakery. You no answer. They they have Cajun French. I couldn't understand a word. They said it was an experience, wasn't it? Held your tongue and talk. Yeah, that's the way we would come out and with a Southern accent oil, like you put in your car, sounds exactly like all. So it was very difficult for a married to volunteer at a school when the kids couldn't understand her and she couldn't understand them.
So they actually said, well and maybe this isn't the best time for you to do this. To might be something else. You might want to do with that. Yeah, you don't think about that and it's funny that you talk really cool and we thought so late. Really different to so. So it was a lot of fun.
We had a good time down there anyway, but it was just getting to a point that and you were laid off at we'll head down there really off and it's like, are you kidding us? You know, so that's how we ended up moving back here again, and then you were looking for work and we were getting to the point that we work at McDonald's or whatever.
Just to have, you know, what, to get some income. It has a turned out. One of Kim's friends worked on the school board and asked him if he wanted a job, they had an opening. And so he got a job as a custodian. How many years does custodian? I learned a lot about people through 29 and a half years of working with them.
It's a great school Woodside. Elementary School in in high school to spend most of my time. So yeah, it was quite a change in vocation and and how you guarantee yourself with life. It's just, I never was much of a talker. Although it probably doesn't sound like it during this presentation, but I learned how to do a lot of listening. I like my job.
I always found it to be interesting and I always wanted to help people. You hate the school. You didn't want to be in school. But now you work at school. That was it. That's the funny thing about it. I like the people. I didn't get the idea while you have to learn this. So you can do this. Make sense. I got much older that I made sense to me. Like, you were smart to me all the while, you know, it never seemed like like you were having a hard time or you didn't like it cuz you always came across has, you know, being strong that way and and when you had.
You don't finish school and you were at home and here we had a baby and you're sitting at the kitchen table studying. And, you know, I was just, I was impressed, you know, that you just sat there and studied and you know, it never acted like things bothered.
You are just kind of learned in order to get through that, I couldn't just read something. Once I'd have to read it twice, maybe three times until until I could sort it out, make sense of it. You did really good. It was just, it was just the School of Hard Knocks through all these years, you know, is like just about the time. We think we were getting on our feet. It was like, oh down again piano than waste ourselves up and down again.
And also this will be a good story for the kids. I don't think they realize the way things were all these years either. You know, that's a whole different. They all they said everything was they just had a good time. They just thought everything was great. And one day we came home and and the kids, you know, it's a good thing that we're easy going because we came home and the whole floor was covered in in baby powder.
You remember they were using it like a skating rink every slide from one side of the room to the other get a running start and slide across the room holding the guys, you guys got to be careful. His like will you just clean this up now, you know, so doing things with us cuz we always did stuff. That lot of other kids didn't do or parents, didn't have time for it or whatever. It was. So we made it a priority to be close to our kids and, and show him a good life.
This one birthday party that we had for one of the kids. I can't even. I think it was Kim. We had a birthday party for her and, and it was supposed to last two hours and then the parents are supposed to come back and pick the kids up cuz we had invited, you know, kids out of her class and I can remember the kids just the cry. They didn't want to go home. They were just having fun planned on this little doll house that you made and playing with Barbies that had missing the fun house.
And then we did have a big yard, you know, and that help cuz they had a lot of room to run around and explore and across the railroad tracks cuz we were right on the railroad tracks and they could go across the railroad tracks. It was a big field and we saw air balloons come down and it see all kinds of things and end. The Eastman Road was right there. So they take their bikes up and down the Eastman Road and they learn how to drive on the Eastman Road and they just thought this was just the neatest house that we lived in on Waukesha Avenue.
I don't think they realized how much work there was two that we had to do on it before it was really a house. Again, when we moved in, remember there were rat traps, you know, and I sitting on the ledge and Wayside way, those are some big old big old traps.
I didn't know. They were rat traps and it's like and then we ended up. Then one day, we came downstairs and there was the cat in our house and I was like, how did he get in? You know, I don't know if he stayed with in that house. Remember that white patchy cat. He stayed he lived with us. The whole time that we lived in that house.
He was with us. He would come in during the day, he stood at the door and wait for us to let him in and then and then at night, he wanted to go out and for 20 years, you know, I think we had that CAT. He just he was there when the people were renting the house, you know, he just kind of stayed on and and and then when he came back, he was still there.
So I guess, you know what this is. This is just a part of the story of our life. And, you know, Tom, I just love you so much. I just think we got an anniversary coming up 54 and February 4th, and it'll be 55 years, and looking forward to another 55 years with you. I love you. Recognizing that each family is unique, our staff provides personalized assistance to create a meaningful service that honors the life of your loved one. We provide a broad array of professional funeral services individually tailored to meet each and every family's wants and needs.
Sign in. In Memory of Thomas Schneider - Obituary of Thomas Schneider Local real estate developer, businessman, and farmer, Thomas Joseph Schneider, 86, died Sunday, December 20, surrounded by his four children at his Frankfort home. Schneider was a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a degree in Civil Engineering, and later used his experience and knowledge to build and develop several residential and commercial properties.
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