Monthly Archives: February 2020

The Waiting Room

Waiting room protocol is something I’m never sure about.  Is it polite to ask how someone in a doctor’s office is doing?  It’s fine, perhaps, if they’re having a routine physical, but what if their wraparound sunglasses are meant to … Continue reading

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Soup With Old Soldiers

My wife, Jane, was shopping at Belk in Warner Robins in early January.  She met a nice lady who works there named Karen Sisk.  Karen mentioned a monthly luncheon sponsored by Green Acres Baptist Church for Houston County veterans of … Continue reading

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The Warranty Box

I’m not sure how most people store their warranty information for household items.  I keep ours in a box on a closet shelf, just like my mother does.  Her plastic container is nicer than mine made of cardboard, but I’m … Continue reading

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Busted on New Year’s Day

I got busted by the Georgia State Patrol on New Year’s Day.  It was entirely my fault, so I have no reason to complain.  Earlier that afternoon I had decided to vacuum the spider webs from under our garage.  I … Continue reading

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