Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Tether Ball Meltdown


A bricklayer routinely complained about the contents of his lunch box. “I’m sick and tired of getting the same old thing!” he shouted one day. “Tonight, I’ll set my wife straight.” The next day, the men could hardly wait until … Continue reading

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Leadership by Example


Have you ever taken unsolicited advice from someone who doesn’t take the very same counsel they give you? I hate it when a person whose built like the Kool Aid man tells you, it’s you who needs to lose weight. … Continue reading

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Looking Back


This week I achieved a milestone that seems to elude most people. I celebrated thirty years of marriage with the same woman. I preface this statement by saying that it’s really been thirty five if you count the wind chill. … Continue reading

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A Love Story Still in the Making


30 years ago today, August 5, a love story began in Cleburne, Texas and it’s still going strong today. Since pictures speak a thousand words, I’ll let them speak for my blog today.

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