Monthly Archives: September 2013

A List Worth Keeping

I just read this piece on Facebook, courtesy of my dear friend Nancy Wideman. Nancy worked with me at Sparky’s, the Athens, Georgia-based restaurant I owned with two other clueless, but energetic entrepreneurs back in the 70’s. I admired her … Continue reading

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Sybil’s First Visit to Tink’s…the Photos Say It All

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And this is how we rolled in 1967…

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Monday Morning One-Liners

1. We do not choose our DNA. 2. Our social budget has a surplus of deceit and a deficit of honesty. 3. If children do not show positive behavior but are still rewarded with whatever they desire, guess what? 4. … Continue reading

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Two Worlds…

 The moon on the mist…the bellow of the bull. The answer is clear…the night is full Of the sounds of God…the sounds of man… The sounds of time creeping over the land.

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Time To Cut The Hay

It’s time to cut and roll the hay again. Although the fields flourish with an abundance of grass, the days are getting shorter, the slant of the sun says “September,” and this week’s forecast calls for no rain. The tractor … Continue reading

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Behind The Fog Is Reality

September Sun Reality pierces the heart like the September sun burns through the morning fog. A painful shaft but for an instant, that turns into a flood of warmth, penetrating the dampness, coloring the grey, golden, And revealing not only … Continue reading

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