The Couch Cushion

By pwsadmin / June 8, 2023 /

I began Skipping School in the Seventh Grade.Many times, my brother “Tony” would Skip School with me.I’ll cherish those memories ’till my dying day. One thing we did back then was to go through the couch cushions to find Five Dollars in lost change so that we could walk to the Store and buy 2…

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Daily Grind

By pwsadmin / May 12, 2023 / Comments Off on Daily Grind

—Daily Grind— 8 O’Clock Sharp.I pull into the local “DG” and park. One of the regular vendors, who has finished his job, is helping the Manager to put out the “Outside” inventory. Things such as “Baby Pools,” Hoola-Hoops,” and “Potting Soil.”I walk in. While I get my items, I hear the Manager and the Vendor…

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By pwsadmin / May 1, 2023 / Comments Off on Friendships

Friends; friendship is one of the most important things to have in this life.I’ve had a best friend during each stage or chapter of my life.Being the best friend of someone who has things wrong with them is not easy. For many years, I hid the fact that I wore a diaper. I thought of…

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Tommy The Dawg

By pwsadmin / March 29, 2023 / Comments Off on Tommy The Dawg

“Tommy the Dawg” is so dang smart. I’ve driven all over this mountain with him at my side, and in the beginning, I would say the words, “Hold On” when going into a curve or making a turn, and he learned to “hold on.” He did this by taking his head out of the window,…

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Lost In The Opryland Hotel

By pwsadmin / March 28, 2023 / Comments Off on Lost In The Opryland Hotel

“It’s an Atrium. It’s just a Man-Made-Atrium, ‘Lynn,’” I told myself. “This isn’t ‘Gilligan’s Island.’” I had gone to an “After-Show” Party and returned to the “Opryland Hotel” after 1 AM. The hotel has over 2800 rooms.It’s the size of several football fields. I had taken an “Uber” to get back to the hotel, and…

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The Grand Ole Opry

By pwsadmin / March 27, 2023 / Comments Off on The Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry. That’s where we were.It would become a “Night To Remember.”It was “Sean Dietrich’s” Opry Debut—a big night for him.The place was full of fans. The “Opry” wasn’t on my Bucket List or anything. I just figured I’d never get a chance to see someone at “The Grand Ole’ Opry.”I was with…

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The Wreckage

By pwsadmin / March 23, 2023 / Comments Off on The Wreckage

I was mere seconds away from it when it happened. Driving on Highway 160, which I’ve posted about before, I encountered a wreck. It had just happened. People were getting out of their vehicles and running over to the wreckage. Three vehicles were involved.One truck lay on top, and on its side, of the other…

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The Mussels

By pwsadmin / March 15, 2023 / Comments Off on The Mussels

Mussels. That’s what I had to eat—a lot of Mussels.They were good, too.“Boy, that sure was a good Birthday Dinner for Aunt Ann,” I thought. —I thought to myself a lot during this whole event— While sitting in the School line, my phone starts making a sound. “Beep, Beep, Beep” was the sound my phone…

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The Pink Floyd Experience

By pwsadmin / March 11, 2023 / Comments Off on The Pink Floyd Experience

Over one-thousand and, two hundred words are typed here.I felt they were needed, though.And honestly, I think the first part is a bit “Dry.”Any-hoo, here we go: My oldest Brother knows I love Pink Floyd. I always have.In ’94, I was fortunate enough to see them live for their “Division Bell” tour.I took my late…

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The Three Fellas

By pwsadmin / March 4, 2023 / Comments Off on The Three Fellas

The country. I’m driving past fields. Fields and fields of fields. I’m coming up on two homes—one on each side of the road. At precisely the same time, I see people open the front doors of their homes.And at that time, one little dog comes out onto the porch of one home, and two small…

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