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It’s Been a Busy Week

By on May 14, 2022 in Journal | 0 comments

It’s Been a Busy Week For the last several months, I have been dealing with soreness in my left knee which has kept me out of basketball. I found out it was a small meniscus tear, so on Tuesday I had it operated on. The doctor told Kristi everything went well and sent me home. I have some exercises to do, and I should find out next week how long I will need to do...

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Happy Mother’s Day 2022

By on May 7, 2022 in Journal | 0 comments

Happy Mother’s Day 2022 I hope everyone is having a very special Mother’s Day, and you are making sure to pamper, spoil, and indulge your Mom’s with the special treatment they have earned and deserve. I want to wish my Mom a very heavenly Happy Mother’s Day. She taught us kids the value of hard work. She had a full-time job teaching and still took care of the house...

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National Superhero Day

By on May 1, 2022 in Journal | 0 comments

National Superhero Day In case you were not aware of it, Thursday was National Superhero Day. Since my Superhero themed fundraiser “The Crusade Against Cancer” is only a month away, I chose this as my story for this week. Since it was the theme for our Toastmasters meeting on Thursday night, I decided to do a little research on this topic. Did you know that Superman...

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Happy Birthday to Me 2022

By on April 23, 2022 in Journal | 0 comments

Happy Birthday to Me 2022 Yesterday I celebrated my 66th birthday. It is hard for me to believe I am that old, especially when I don’t feel like I am 66 years old physically and definitely not mentally. So, for your enjoyment, (Okay, my enjoyment) I will share some of my favorite Dad jokes. When does a joke become a dad joke? When it becomes apparent. Why do cows...

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Hometown Hero

By on April 16, 2022 in Journal | 0 comments

Hometown Hero Let me start by wishing all of you a very Happy Easter! I hope you are able to spend some time making great memories with your families. On the positive side, I am getting to the point where I can hide my own Easter Eggs. A few weeks ago, I received a call from a lady from the Bonneville Country Heritage Association. She informed me that I had been...

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