Margaret asked what sorghum is. I just assumed everybody knew about it, since there was always sorghum in our kitchen when I was growing up.
Old Thresher's Reunion. My mother called it sorghum molasses, although from what I've read online, it isn't true molasses. Sorghum is nothing like that "grandma's mollasses" that you use for cooking, either.
Sorghum is the color of maple syrup, but much thicker. Some might consider it a little strong-tasting, but if you mix it half and half with butter it's the best thing ever to dip a cold biscuit in. I'd better get off this topic; there are still two biscuits in the kitchen, and I'm liable to eat them both.
On another note, I followed Meesha's advice and called the insurance company about that surprise $650 doctor bill. Turns out it counts toward the deductible some way or other. So yes, it is ours to pay.