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Happy 19th Birthday Cassidy

By on April 5, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Happy 19th Birthday Cassidy Let’s start by addressing the self-quarantine situation we are dealing with. I realize this is an adjustment for a lot of people. I grew up on a cattle ranch with not many neighbors, so let me offer you some free tips. Social Distancing: This was already built in at the Wilker Ranch, or as us kids called it “The Wilker Prison Farm.” So a...

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Stay Healthy and Compassionate

By on March 28, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Stay Healthy and Compassionate We are facing a major crisis around the world right now. Before I start with my story. Let me first send my thoughts and prayers to anyone who has contracted the virus and especially to the families that have lost someone to it. This virus is causing a lot of damage and hardship all over the world. It is causing not only health issues...

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Outstanding Teenagers

By on March 22, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Outstanding Teenagers Before I tell you about the great event I was fortunate enough to be part of last Friday, I want to tell you about an inspiring experience I had last Thursday. Rick from TCI contacted me when I was in New Orleans and told me there was a cancer patient that wanted to get in touch with me. He said she was looking for some help and asked if it was...

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Training Company Meetings

By on March 14, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Training Company Meetings Before you start to read this week’s story, let me assure you I have taken every precaution to make sure it’s safe. My laptop has been kept in a germ free sealed pouch, I have washed my hands no less than 20 times, and I apply a good dose of hand sanitizer between each paragraph. Last week I had the opportunity to travel to New Orleans for...

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Friday Night Fever

By on March 7, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Friday Night Fever I want to thank Becky Capp and the Snake River Cancer Alliance Group for putting together this wonderful event. I would like to thank everyone that came and gave their support. I want to make sure everyone responsible for this event knows how grateful I am for everything they did. Becky did an amazing job setting everything up and LoRita was in...

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Just a Dumb Old Farmer

By on February 28, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Just a Dumb Old Farmer It is a strong policy of mine to not make any of these stories political. I have my own political views as well as you and this is not the place to convince anyone why my ideas are so much better! Besides, I don’t have enough friends that I can afford to lose any! But I feel the need to respond to some statements made by one of the candidates...

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