I attended several Colleges and Universities in Mississippi and Louisiana. Many of them were glad when I enrolled and many were glad when I left. Being a child of the '60s movement at these higher learning educational institutions, I reaped many of the social rewards of that era. I survived and move into the work place. The first ten years flew by as I drew aerial maps and the last twenty eight as I built automobiles. But nothing compared to being retired. My primary goals in life were to sit at the local corner breakfast/country store/wifi center and read the local paper as I sipped the brew of the coffee bean. I have set the bar in life at the height I have attained. Nothing like succeeding to make one feel accomplished.
If you like what you read, make me one of your favorite authors so I can see what part of the world you are from. Thank you.
Phillip N Hancock, Sr
on Aug. 28, 2017 :
I suggest you mind your Ps and Qs and check the trees. She is out there and, although she now has some history behind her, she is still capable of leaping from tree to tree if the situation requires it. Quick read and to the point.
(review of free book)