Monthly Archives: August 2007

I Love You, Pop!

Howdy, Everybody; “I love you, Pop!” – my grand-daughter. If there is a better reason for living, I don’t know what it is. – Pop

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9 Guns for Every 10 Americans

Howdy, Friends; There’s an article on foxnews.com here that says that there are 9 guns for every 10 Americans. This means there’s not enough guns out there (grin). Seriously, though – one interesting factoid in this article is that it … Continue reading

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My Shortest Prayer

Howdy, Everybody; My shortest prayer: “Dear Jesus!” This said between leaving the saddle of the motorcycle and hitting the ground. Walked away without a scratch. Sometime around 1971. I found this convincing, and got saved shortly thereafter. -Pop

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My Daily Prayer

Howdy, Folks; Every day, I pray this prayer, or some variation: Dear Lord; Thank you for this new day, Lord. It’s beautiful. Thank you for the love in my life, first for Your amazing love for me, and also for … Continue reading

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Pump Laws

(These will probably be revised frequently.) Pump Laws General We only have one customer, and you’re it! (Snort!) Delivery EVERYBODY lies about delivery. Except US. WE just pass on the lies told to us by our suppliers. I’ve been here … Continue reading

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I’ve Seen…

Howdy, everybody; I am 53+ years old, born November 1953; and while that’s not just REAL old, I’ve seen enough that the changes are pretty interesting. To me, anyway. The following list is some of the things I’ve seen, that … Continue reading

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Pet Peeve – Cell Phones on the Road

Howdy everybody; Today, I went to the bank at lunch, it being payday and everything. This is normally something that pretty much uses up my lunch break. In traffic I got behind this person whom I couldn’t pass and who … Continue reading

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