Thanks, Bette, For This One

I'm very nearly one with our ol' Weeping Willow's long, slim-leafed overhang dipping with no apparent forethought t'ward our fuzzy-headed lawn, leaning ever so low down with no sign of meanness I can see, more like it just has some things to say, but in a preferably private way. Guess I'll never

know if any're as memorable as that one line Bette Davis says is her all-time favorite from the 1932 movie ``Cabin in the Cotton'': ``I'd love to kiss you,'' Bette says she drawled, ``but I just washed my hair,'' y'all.

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