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It is no secret that I enjoy reminiscing about the past and telling stories of my days of yore.  My morning routine, since retirement is breakfast, coffee and two episodes of "Leave It To … more
Make new friends, keep the old, one is silver and the other gold. This was a rhyme my children learned in play school, but even adults can relate to it. Isn’t it a good thing when we are able to … more
I can remember as if yesterday the look on my parents faces at the way I dressed as a teenager.  I grew up in the '60s in the era of the Beatles.  I remember getting my first pair of … more
My Dad had a saying that always caught the attention of me and my brothers. Whenever we were being rowdy, cutting up or misbehaving, he would say, “I’m going to snatch a knot in your rear … more
Bob Dylan was a great songwriter. I liked his music and lyrics, but his voice turned me off. It was like eating something sour that your facial expression got twisted, your mouth puckered and you … more
Life is funny — I don’t mean comedic funny — but strange, unusual, odd and even bizarre funny at times. Growing up we seldom saw anyone that might be labeled a “curb person” or “person … more
We are all storytellers in some fashion. Some people are good at it while others can't hold their audiences' interest.Most everything in life is an art; it simply depends on what separates you from … more
His stormy start to life may have contributed to Gary Matheny’s attitude that “life happens.” An accomplished book writer, he is tuning up another type of whirlwind in social media with the music he writes. more
Christmas 2021 is in the books and now we look toward a new year. I never imagined growing up there would ever be a year 2022, I was happy with the '60s. Shortly before Christmas, I was sitting … more
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