Monthly Archives: June 2008

The Long Day’s Night

Saturday I worked from midnight until six a.m. then had to double back by 10 p.m. to work until six a.m. on Sunday. It didn’t end there. I had to return to work as scheduled on Sunday by six p.m. … Continue reading

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Black Slip-on’s — the Bain of My Life

And the saga continues… Late last night I decided go get myself another pair of black togs. I like them because they are comfortable to wear while standing and walking the majority of  the night at the radio station. There were … Continue reading

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My Older, Wiser Self to My Younger, Foolish Self

It’s been 27-years since the U.S. Air Force fired me as an Environmental Health, Medical and Rescue Tech. The day I was discharged, I felt like my world was ending. Happily, I was wrong. While my experiences that led up … Continue reading

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My Shoe Killing Dogs

So much for simplicity and organization after a visit from that famous lawyer, Mr. Murphy. I woke up this morning to find my black lab and pit bull playing tug-of-war with one of my black slip-on shoes. And jus ‘behind … Continue reading

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An Idea of Simplicity

It’s a little late to call it spring cleaning, but it feels good none the less. I’ve gone through my drawers and my closet, getting rid of the things I don’t wear or can’t fit. I’ve always been a pretty … Continue reading

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The Price of Good

Sometimes good jus’ happens and sometimes good costs a little-bit. In this case it cost me only 20-bucks. Up the street from our house is a 13-year-old boy. He lives with his Grandmother since his Grandpa died on April 1 … Continue reading

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Kicking the Tires on God’s Car

It has certainly been an interesting morning. I know that this subject will be a turn-off for many as it is both uncomfortable and confusing. If you are jus’ trying out God, like kicking the tires on a car, good … Continue reading

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