February 21, 2006
Respect My Authoratayyy!!!
When we were in the fourth grade at Millcreek elementary Mrs. Anticheck stood us up and publicly vilified us for our sins. Sitting at the back of the class, I had ample opportunities to hone my public speaking skills.
One day, after watching David O. Mackay’s funeral on the TV in our class, I was asked to spell English, it was written on the chalkboard.
I still can’t spell very well, but I got a pare of glasses that year, and some one on one time with a very nice older Lady who turned me on to a book called the Mouse and the Motorcycle.
Thank you Ma’am, I really needed those glasses.
Oh, and thanks for the spell checker, it’s awesome.
Thanks for the pic.
February 9, 2006
When things start coming apart, a little humor goes a long way, whether we can put them back together or not.
Taking myself too seriously isn’t my only problem, but it ranks right up there.
Most times a little change of scenery does the trick so here we go into a whole new world of information and possibility.
But don’t just walk out after a chuckle, feeling better, yet not satisfied. Dig in, and maybe send William some denaro.
See, that feels better already.
Or maybe you want to just get away from it all. That’s ok, but remember the new Code of the West.
Sticking around after all? Then Check out Part of the Plan. I almost forgot.
February 3, 2006
Isn’t it funny the things people do when they think no one is watching? Here in Utah I’ve learned, someone’s always watching, whether it be the little eyes of our children, or that all Seeing Eye in the sky.
Then we go the other way, on the National scene, and find Scooter. Why don’t you just go to jail now Louis, then it won’t seem so long, with time already served.