Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sweet Martha Brown

I’m in love with an older woman. My wife knows about it. She says it’s okay. It’s not only me.  I’m just one of many in love with Mrs. Martha Brown, a perky and pretty 103-year-old lady. She’s been “Miss … Continue reading

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The Tuxedo

Jane’s niece is getting married soon. It’s a black-tie event in Nashville, Tennessee. I figured we could find a black tie without too much trouble, maybe even borrow one from a neighbor. Jane said black-tie means tuxedo. It seems the … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Ladder

My longtime friend, Jerry Sinyard, built our home in 2001. I thought the unpainted color of the cement planks looked fine. Jane, however, was not interested in the natural look.   She brought home a lot of paint samples to dab … Continue reading

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Following The Rooster

Doster Fitzgerald is taking a break from his weekly column to focus on writing a couple of books.   The Rooster has been a friend ever since we took a Dale Carnegie course together over 30 years ago. He graduated with … Continue reading

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