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I See Georgia: Macon-Take 2

A little over a year into our tour of Georgia, we found ourselves at a bit of a crossroads. We’d been to so many places and seen so much. 1,669 more words


Conversation with My Son

Ermenegildo: Should I shave my sideburns?

Me: If you want, most men shave them.

Ermenegildo: But if I start to shave them they will grow out stronger and stronger all the time, and the more I shave them the more I will have to shave them. 96 more words


Why was the fishing show so successful? They had a great cast

Proper Etiquettes

During one of her daily classes, a teacher trying to teach good manners, asked her students the following question:

“Michael, if you were on a date having dinner with a nice young lady, how would you tell her that you have to go to the bathroom? 119 more words



Ancient Sumerians wrote in cuneiform;
Ancient Egyptians wrote in hieroglyphics.
Ancient Americans write in cursive form;
Impatient physicians write in hieroglyphics.

As an ancient American who still writes poems in cursive form, I wish my fellow fathers everywhere a Happy Father’s Day. 


Random 5 for June 17 – Ancestry research, emails, mice, chipmunks, hummingbirds

Addictions – I haven’t been working on my ancestry project for the last two months. I have already gone back as far as I can on my direct ancestors but there are aunts and uncles and in-laws to research. 472 more words


Fun With Search Terms: The Father's Day Edition!

When most of us were kids, Google was our dad. There was no internet or search engines. If you wanted to know something you had two choices: break open that giant set of encyclopedias that your parents bought twenty years ago or ask your dad. 377 more words