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OLD PICKUP TRUCKS AND OLD DOGS

I love old pickup trucks and old dogs. They are reliable. You can count on them. I have had the great pleasure in my life to receive love and devotion from old dogs and been able to rely on many … Continue reading

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Boats

Man has probably loved boats ever since he floated down some prehistoric river on a dead log. Ever since I first stepped aboard one, I have loved boats. I have owned both power boats and sail boats. Not big expensive … Continue reading

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Tennis in Paradise

By my sixty-eighth birthday I still did not even know how to score the game. What did love, deuce and ad mean? Why were there ad courts and deuce courts? What was all this stuff about ad in ad out? … Continue reading

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Childhood Obesity

Nowadays I hear a lot about childhood obesity. I am sure it a serious problem. From what I can learn, the causes seem to be too much fattening food and too little exercise. This epidemic causes me to contemplate my … Continue reading

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P.J. Dog

I heard the old guy say, “You know that P.J. is about the most neurotic creature I have ever known.”   Well that just ain’t so. That foxy Doctor Susan said I may be a little ADDHA (attention deficit disordered … Continue reading

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MENTAL TOUGHNESS – One Tough Guy

Ronnie Oppenheimer did not let cerebral palsy interfere with his practicing law in the rough and tumble environment of criminal court. He had the toughest mind I believe I ever encountered. His offices above Majorie’s Drug Store provided easy access … Continue reading

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TOMATOES

Nanny, grandmother to many of us kids, grew tomatoes and other lesser vegetables in her garden at The Big House, which sat on the banks of the Ouachita River on the outskirts of West Monroe, Louisiana. Her tomatoes were large … Continue reading

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