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And the Winner is….

While I was eating in a restaurant the other day… I overheard some people talking about some television programs they were watching. To tell you the truth, I didn’t have a clue as to what they were talking about.  They might as well have been speaking some strange...

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I Don’t Get it….

When did this country get so damn angry and serious about everything?  I seem to have missed the memo on this one.  It’s as if most people have forgotten how to laugh, and laugh at themselves and worse yet, not take everything as an afront to their gender, equality,...

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Christmas Day at Wal-Mart

I was going to title this story something different but I didn’t want it to be misleading. I was going to title it; “Dead Men Walking” but I thought you might consider this a story about inmates on Death Row, and therefore not give it a second glance. I thought about...

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For Barbara

I am sorry that it took so long to get this story on the wire.  Some stories are harder to write than others.  This is one of those stories If you got a minute I want to tell you about a friend of mine  I have known Barbara for a long time.  In fact, she is one of my...

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The Best Seat in the House 

I was asked this past week by several people “IF” I would be attending the Alabama and Tennessee game this weekend in Tuscaloosa. I get that question by a few people each and every year during this time we like to refer to as “The Third Saturday in October”. I will...

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Going Hollywood 

Please don’t let the title of this story disturb you.  I have not as of yet sold the movie rights to my book “Sunnyside Up” (Yet) And moved to California.....  But just for the record. If I was going to move to any “Hollywood” in the country it would be Hollywood...

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Safety First

Safety First Regardless of what you may have read or heard about me, I do believe in the old adage “Safety First.” Although to be truthful, I don’t always practice what I preach either. In case you were wondering I have references to support my lack of safety...

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Sweet Home Alabama

It’s that time of the year again….. When, I’m asked over and over again about my affinity for the State of Alabama and my “allegiance” to the state, particularly since I wasn’t born there. It’s not just because of “my” University or the different High Schools I...

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Do the Math…..

Before we call the class to order and perform a few simple math problems for edification and enjoyment I want to share with you wonderful students what I consider to be one of the funniest words in the English language and that is commode. Which ironically is exactly...

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D-Day, June 6th, 1944

As the 75th Anniversary of D-Day approaches we will be reminded of that fateful day on the beaches of Normandy through black and white photographs and newsreels of the time America saved the world. You will hear it referred to as Operation Overlord… The nightly news...

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Now Available!

You may come to the same conclusion another reader came to when I was in the early process of simply sending my stories out to gauge the interest of a potential book. She said, "You have led a charmed life."

My first reaction was, "Are you nuts?" The fact is, although I grew up differently than almost all of you, I haven't had a charmed life, believe me. That sounds like in some way I have been "lucky" that I haven't experienced hardships, pain, or defeat. Nothing could be further from the truth. But I will tell you what is true, I have had a blessed life. Through it all, the Lord has kept me above my trials and tribulations, even when I didn't believe He was there. Through disappointment, death, disease, He was there.