It’s that time of year once again. School has started for some, and others will be beginning in the next few days. I’d like to address something that has been on my mind. It came to the forefront this morning as I was reading the news. The story was about a 12-year-old little boy named… Read More »
I knew time was short for Mr. Walters. I guess we are never fully prepared when a great person, in this case, a great man passes away. I visited him at the Carriage House as often as I could. Went by last Thursday and again on Friday. I’ll get to that story shortly. During this… Read More »
Twenty Years! Seems like it was only yesterday. Tracy Nichols and I were on our way to Yantis to work some properties. The news bulletin on the radio said a plane
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Imagine, if you will, your day starts out like any other day. Nothing special going on….just doing the day to day things.
It’s difficult losing a loved one or a friend. It seems even more so when you lose a hero. Someone who you saw as bigger than life. That is what happened to me this week with the passing of Percy (P J) Ponder.
Allison Cole February 13, 1994 – May 15, 2015 On the night of May 8th, the Cole, Derryberry, Stinson families received the “nightmare” phone call that all parents fear. Their precious Allison
Joshua Michael George November 11, 1985-March 12, 2015 Its been some time since I wrote anything in my blog. Not exactly sure I know what is going to come flying through my mind. I’ll just write them down and go from there.
Terry and Stack Lewers Bravery. Webster defines bravery as: “a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear”
I hope you will indulge me as I write this story. It is for me. If you get anything out of it, only the better.