Category Archives: Walking the Walk

When fake matters

This past Friday night the Short Gap Volunteer Fire Company hosted a family friendly professional wrestling event.  It was very well attended and everyone seemed to have a great time.  One of the members took their 8 or 9 year … Continue reading

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You have the right to remain silent

I read an article from the Washington Post that basically says two thirds of Americans are staying silent out of fear.  Not fear of the government, but fear of harassment on social media, and I assume fear of losing friends.  … Continue reading

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Words of Encouragement

It has been 11 days since I made a post on my blog.  I expect a card from Lisa Ohlinger is probably in the mail.  (Don’t feel bad if it’s not, Lisa.  I’m half joking.)  Lisa and her husband Jeff … Continue reading

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First Responders

There’s a lot of unknowns about Hurricane Florence.  It’s pretty certain that North Carolina is going to receive a direct hit.  The eastern panhandle of West Virginia may receive historic rainfall and subsequent flooding. I pray not. But last night … Continue reading

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What do you go by?

Yesterday Galen was taping the walls in one of the halls to be painted.  He was taping a line in the middle of the wall down a 40 foot hall to paint below the line.  It was obvious after the … Continue reading

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Blooming where you are planted

We have chipmunks that gather sunflower seeds that fall from the bird feeders and then plant them all over the place.  The other day I took this picture of some sunflower seeds that began blooming in a pot with a … Continue reading

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Looking for a sign

The other day I filled up my vehicle.  On the drive home I noticed that where the numbers for the mileage usually show, there were letters instead.  The letters said, “gASCAP”.  There was no doubt what the van was trying … Continue reading

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