The other day while listening to my usual lineup of talk show hosts, I decided to take a drive. Friends and neighbors have been talking about the school construction, so I decided to take a look. In driving through the area, I was very impressed.
Some of the construction was a little difficult to see as I was afraid of bumping into one of the several hundred cars in the student parking lot. Leaving the construction site, I made a wrong turn and found myself driving through one of the upscale housing developments. Did I see the evidence of a prosperous community?
I then headed for the farm house we have called home for 57 years. Ninety years ago, I'm told, my grandfather spent the summer moving the house over a quarter of a mile to its present site. He moved it on rolling logs pulling it with horses. As I entered the house the phone was ringing.
A telemarketer wanted to discuss some mortgage agreement. I thought of offering them prospective customers for a commission, but decided against it. I found my easy chair trying to figure it all out while waiting for suppertime. It is truly an interesting world in which we are living. Thank you for reading this.