Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Early Turkey Gets the Gobble

I awoke a little groggy and made my way to the kitchen only to be confronted by the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. There are times to confront her and then there are times to run the other way. Being … Continue reading

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A Tip To Stop Smoking

“Dad…” interrupted the preacher’s daughter. “Not now,” he answered gently, and resumed his conversation. “Dad!” “Okay, what is so important?” he responded, and murmured to his companion, “Excuse me for a moment, will you?” “Dad, how come you always close … Continue reading

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What It Was, Was Basketball

Towards the end of last week, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage presented me with a rather fascinating proposition. My attitude in life has always been, when she speaks I will at least listen. I want you to know I … Continue reading

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The Longest Day of My Life

I have known for a very long time that every day has 24 hours, every hour has 60 minutes and every minute has 60 seconds. I want to thank my first grade teacher for drilling this information into a rather … Continue reading

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There Is Something to Be Said for Boredom

This past week I discovered for the first time the true value of boredom. After this, I never gave it too much thought. When I wore a younger man’s suit, I had so much activity I did not have time … Continue reading

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