Monthly Archives: April 2017

Wilke Rodriguez Goes To A Wedding

The Saturday of our niece’s wedding, Jane and I were in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. It was lunchtime, and we had no specific plans. Somewhere between J. Gumbo’s and The Italian Kitchen, we passed the old spaghetti factory. I guess whoever … Continue reading

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Wilke Rodriguez Goes to Nashville

A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about looking for a deal on a tuxedo. Wilke Rodriguez came home with us for only $149.95. That was five cents under budget. In late March, my wife and I took Wilke … Continue reading

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Sam* Goes To Jail

I don’t remember what year it was when Sam called our house.  Our triplets were born in 1978.  They were probably three or four years old.  Sunday mornings were especially busy.  My wife, Jane, would fight the clock, trying to … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye To A Boat

Lee Kinard had a classic 1984 Chevrolet El Camino for sale.   It was a one owner with low mileage and was in great condition. He parked it just off U.S. Hwy 41 in the outskirts of Richwood. It didn’t stay … Continue reading

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Ralph Burton, Jr. Gets an Education

The late Ralph Burton, Jr. was a gifted story teller.   With a slight smile and soothing voice, he made listening easy. Ralph found interesting twists to life’s ordinary events. He embellished them just enough that you weren’t sure how to … Continue reading

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