Category Archives: Aiken SC
A Morning Of Memories
Earlier today, I attended the Aiken Department of Public Safety Employee Reunion Breakfast and it appeared that a good time was had by all. While I started my adventure as a firefighter/EMT back in 1976, I worked as a firefighter/driver-operator … Continue reading
Submitted For Your Approval
I am Northern by birth and Southern by the grace of God. Twenty-three years and counting in the Catywampus Zone.
Corporate Spin (aka BS)
I read today that the bank branch that I have been using for almost 20 years, is closing this Spring. That, in and of itself is not a crisis in my life as most of our banking is done online. … Continue reading
Can’t Drown A Heart
Is it egotistical to re-blog one of your own posts? I hope not. A short, Throw Back Thursday Post. When In Doubt, Move On Picture of “Larry’s Last Stand”, February 2016. (It was the last time we played together as … Continue reading
Low Tech In South Carolina
This week, following my Take The Backroads philosophy, I’ve already traveled about 100 miles on roads that I have never been on before. The picture below was taken less than 8 miles from where I live. I thought this was a … Continue reading
I suppose today would be a good day to fix that pesky roof leak and maybe replace the couple of cases of water we have slowly used up since last Summer.
“Some people complain because God puts thorns on roses, while others praise God for putting roses among thorns.” ~ Author Unknown. The belief in God was never really a question for me. I believe, although my understanding of God has … Continue reading
I believe that I have stated that I would never do this again. I lied. Tomorrow, Megan, Martha and I will head to Charleston, SC for Megan’s one-month, post-surgery check-up. We will then begin the seventeen-hour journey to Houston, arriving Thursday … Continue reading
Yesterday, I was enlisted to take Martha to the local animal shelter to get her “talons” ground down a bit. Because Martha has an aversion to getting her nails done, we had to make arrangements for her to be sedated … Continue reading