Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Things We Do for Dogs

If you read a previous column titled “Two Dogs and a Boy”, you already know part of this story. Our 41-year-old son, Seth, moved from Los Angeles back to Georgia in May.  He brought two rescue pets with him, a … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 | 6 Comments

U. S. 41 North – Part II

April 20, 1997.  On a corner lot was a Handy Andy, a convenience store brand I didn’t know was still around.  It reminded me of the first time I saw a Handy Andy in Hawkinsville during my childhood. Mama said … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 | 6 Comments

U. S. 41 North – Part I

April 20, 1997.  I have nothing against highways with four or more lanes.  When my wife was in labor, I was glad to be near one.  But the roads I like best are those which are less efficient.  They visit … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 | 8 Comments

Things I Don’t Understand – Part II

I had a feeling in March of 2019 that one column might not cover everything I don’t understand.  It’s looking now as if two columns won’t be enough.  I’ve been making notes and the list is steadily growing.  I used … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 | 8 Comments

Two Dogs and a Boy

Seth is our middle child.  He was born between his sisters, Erin and Carrie, during a three-for-one delivery special that ran for six minutes. That was December 22, 1978, so it’s a stretch to refer to him now as a … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 | 9 Comments