It’s obvious I have absolutely too much time on my hands.
My good friend Al Wilburn has been through the wars with me the past few years and never fails to lift my spirits with some sage advice, even though he is MUCH younger than I.
Note to Friends: Don’t take each other for granted because all we really have is each other. Read this and do what you think would be the right thing to do. I just did. Have a Blessed Day.
Friends love you, but they are not your lover.
Friday the 13 th was last month but there was enough bad luck going around, so I decided to put it off a month, but the bewitching atmosphere of that special occasion lingers on. Here’s a list of a few who didn’t escape the curse.
Since I am not in the classroom anymore, I don’t have any reason to dread, fear, acknowledge or otherwise survive April Fool’s Day. It just simply isn’t on my busy retired schedule this year.
I enjoyed every day of the 57 years that I was a teacher, some more than others I might say and none more than the last 15 years when I:
As a longtime English teacher (no math or foreign languages for me), I have long had a good “ear” to hear certainly words pronounced correctly.
Morris and his wife Esther went to the State Fair every year and every year, Morris would say, “Esther, I sure would like to ride in that helicopter.”
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