By pwsadmin / March 17, 2024 / Comments Off on 3/17/2024

I took an early morning drive today.The temperature was in the ’50s, and outside was overcast and drizzly.“Alexa” told me it’s supposed to get cold tonight. Right now, though, it feels nice.“Bob Segar” played on the radio as I drove through the countryside. Rabbits were out in full force. They were everywhere. I almost ran…

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A Bachelors Christmas Part 3

By pwsadmin / December 31, 2023 / Comments Off on A Bachelors Christmas Part 3

—A Bachelors Christmas Part 3— It was Christmas Day 2013, and I was in Huntsville Hospital. Much like the rest of America, I was supposed to have gone to my family’s House for Christmas Day. That wasn’t happening, though. I had several Infections in my body.A bad Kidney Infection being one.My White Blood Cell Count…

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Road Trip – The Lottery

By pwsadmin / December 16, 2023 / Comments Off on Road Trip – The Lottery

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the lottery is worth over Five Hundred Million Dollars right now. That’s Half a Billion. Alabama does not have a lottery.So, people such as my Dad and I have to sneak over the State Line to purchase our lottery tickets. Plus, it makes for a good road trip.…

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After School

By pwsadmin / December 6, 2023 / Comments Off on After School

The Fellas, known as “Tommy and Otis,” and I went for a drive this afternoon. Tommy and Otis, also known as “The Dawgs,” were excited to take the drive. After 4:15 pm, I got behind a School Bus that was bringing kids home from School, and I decided to slowly follow along and watch the…

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By pwsadmin / November 27, 2023 / Comments Off on Napoleon

It was the day after Thanksgiving, and my Brother and I were taking our Dad out to see a movie. The movie was “Napoleon.” Bridge Street Town Centre in Madison, Alabama, is the place we headed. Upon entering “Bridge Street Town Centre,” I noticed nothing but cars. Cars and people. Lots and lots of people.…

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Old Memory

By pwsadmin / November 17, 2023 / Comments Off on Old Memory

Like most people, I have a past. I’ve sown my Wild Oats.Most of us have.Mine, though, is not as bad as many others.With Spina Bifida, I didn’t do a lot of things that others might have done.I do not condemn anyone who drinks. It doesn’t bother me.That said, from time to time, you will hear…

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On Veterans Day

By pwsadmin / November 10, 2023 / Comments Off on On Veterans Day

“I gotta go to the Outhouse,” the Kid Brother says to his Older Brother, who was lying beside him in the bed. The two Brothers not only shared a bedroom but shared a bed.And, to get outside, they had to go from their bedroom, through their parents’ bedroom, through the Living Room, and out the…

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Southern Tea

By pwsadmin / November 3, 2023 / Comments Off on Southern Tea

I made a fresh Gallon of Tea today—Very refreshing. You may think making Tea is no big deal, but it is. In fact, in the South, Tea is a huge deal—much like in England.Southerners take Great Pride in their Tea.When visiting Friends or Neighbors, we Southerners will “Grade” their Tea against our own Tea. When…

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The Swanky Joint

By pwsadmin / October 27, 2023 / Comments Off on The Swanky Joint

A Private Venue. It could be a Banquet Hall—a Swanky Joint.The Building is circa 1800’s.I’m here with my Brother for a Company Party. Inside, a Bank Vault Door is the entrance to the Bar, suggesting to me that this was, at one time, a Bank. There are many rooms to walk through—the Walls were painted…

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The French Quarters

By pwsadmin / October 23, 2023 / Comments Off on The French Quarters

—The French Quarters— —Monday, October 23rd, 2023— —About Me—I was born with Spina Bifida.Unlike most people born with Spina Bifida, I can walk.I do not have much feeling in my Legs or Feet.Both my Legs and Feet are Aptrohpied.My Feet are a bit deformed, and I wear a Special Made Soul for the insides of…

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