April 2016

8 posts

Some days… Yesterday, I had to get out to go do some farm errands. As usual, I didn’t want to go. The morning greeted me with rain, but it was supposed to move out, so I chose to get a few things done and wait to leave a little later in the morning. It finally …
  In this instantaneous world, we want what we want when we want it and how we want it. Period. Using a microwave, we can have a meal in minutes. With cell phones, we can get all our calls now. And if we have a question, we can access the internet and have more answers …
“I love it when a plan comes together!” – Col. John ‘Hannibal’ Smith As long as I don’t have to smoke the stogie, I have to agree with Hannibal. There is nothing better than when I can put a great big red checkmark next to an item on our 7-Point Plan. And today, we are …
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It never ceases to amaze me that Nature never ceases to amaze me. I was reminded of that as I stood by a Cypress tree-dotted lake yesterday. I stood, listening to the quiet, and realized that Silence has many facets. While standing by the water, I listened to the hushed quiet. It felt as if …
I don’t know anything that says Spring as much as finally being able to plant a garden. All winter long we are cooped up inside, trying to avoid the weather, or wrapped up in enough layers just to keep warm long enough to do the outside chores. Everything seems so ‘locked up’, if you will. …
I never was one of those kids who thought they could recreate some of the antics of Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck. ‘Don’t Try This At Home’ never applied to us, because we always knew our limits. Of course, we did do stupid things with bicycles, bricks, boards and rope, but for the …
I have always wanted to learn to speak another language. In high school, I took a mandatory Spanish class, and in college, French. As of today, I can order chicken soup and a hamburger, and tell Paul that I am sorry in Spanish, and if I’m lucky, I can say ‘Yes’ and ‘Thank You’ in …
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