Yesterday was a long tiring day…at least for Devon. Devon is our 6 month old fairly healthy Beagle. He is bi-colored (red/white). Since the day we brought Devon home I thought there was something wrong with his eyes. They just
The problem with old friends and old places is that you remember them as they were, not as they are… And I assume they feel the same way about me. 🙂
Before I begin the story about my friend, first let me explain upfront about my own philosophy on “personal” views and beliefs, and that I have never picked my friends based on their race, religion, sexual orientation or political philosophies…most
I got a private message from one of my Facebook friends last week and was given notice that a gift for my newly constructed outdoor deck bar would be arriving within a couple of days. My friend Anita has been
I have rode motorcycles since 1979 which is not as long as some people, but longer than most. I sold my bike back about 1984 and stayed off 2 wheels until 2004 and I have been riding ever since. I’ve
What I’ll attempt to do here is to twofold. First I will offer a short review of a company/service that I have used for more than a year and the second thing is to share the health benefits and uses
I worked in healthcare for more than 40 years. I was a lab tech and although the last 20 years I worked as either a manager or supervisor the one thing I did to maintain patient contact (I always loved
Why Old Men Cry? Hell, I don’t know. My Dad would get all teary eyed whenever he said goodbye to us after a visit…especially when he lived far away, but he always had tears in his eyes and always tell
In February of 2004 I got a call from my Dad’s girlfriend asking me and my brothers to come up to Flippin, AR to pick him as he was sick. So me and my two brothers took the trip up
Yeah…this’ll be short and sweet. It’s been awhile since I posted on here…I took a break. The events and POISONOUS politics of today are nothing less than DEPRESSING. The world is going downhill fast and will never be the same.
Why you ask? Because those of us who lived in a time when life was much simpler thought they would never change. We remember our homes, our neighborhoods, and our towns not in being alive and vibrant, instead of disrepair.