History will be forgotten and repeat itself


If we take down statutes that immortalize Confederate Army personnel then we are guilty of  re-writing history.   2017 Race Riots and Bigotry are doing quite well in the United States of America- Land of the Free!  Statues, naming schools, or towns are symbols that change meaning the further you get away from the beginningContinue reading “History will be forgotten and repeat itself”

I Break for Yard Sales (Across the Southern States)


Historic US 80 Hi-Way Sale Dates and Hours Third weekends of April and October each year Friday through Sunday, except when the sale falls on a holiday 2017 Fall dates: October 20, 21 and 22 2018 Spring dates: April 20, 21 and 22 Hours vary, but typically vendors are operating by 8 a.m. and operate untilContinue reading “I Break for Yard Sales (Across the Southern States)”

Walking in my shoes- a father’s tale


My dear Son, I anticipate the arrival of you birth with wonder. I promise that I will be a great provider of unconditional love. I remember with delight… The joy of hearing “Dah-dah” from your tiny lips. The pleasure of holding your hands as you prance and practice taking your first steps. The excitement ofContinue reading “Walking in my shoes- a father’s tale”

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