The word “change” often seems to be the word most used to portray modern life. These days, one either adapts to change or gets consumed by it. However, some things, especially as they apply to human relations, never change. Today, I was reminded of that fact as I drove past the local school and noticed several young students grappling outside
The trailer door was latched down tight. Three horses were inside. Each one of us was ready. We were anxious for a ride.
But then I heard my cell phone ring. ‘Twas Harley down the road. “I heard we’ve got a ride today. I’m saddled up to load.”
Every summer, it’s the same scenario: an appalling number of tourists come out on the losing side of physical altercations with animals in Yellowstone National Park. Such incidents are almost as predictable as Old Faithful’s geyser eruptions. Even some small wild critters can be intimidating. After all, a wee, perpetually angry, weasel is ful
Over the past several months I have been touting loudly that inflation has finally arrived and the commodity markets per se were poised to do much better in 2018 and beyond. Few have been as bullish and optimistic about commodities as yours truly. Consider some of my past comments and ramblings.
“We’re all only fragile threads, but what a tapestry we make” – Jerry Ellis
Ah, the joys of retirement.
When I was only six years old and barely in first grade, we stood and pledged allegiance to the flag before we prayed.
And one of us would take a turn reciting The Lord’s Prayer. We all were oh so innocent. We didn’t have a care.
You make promises to others but what promises do you make to yourself? Making appropriate commitments to yourself is essential for guiding your life in the direction you desire. If you don’t take care of yourself, no one else will. Start with a belief in
You make promises to others but what promises do you make to yourself?
Making appropriate commitments to yourself is essential for guiding your life in the direction you desire. If you don’t take care of yourself, no one else will.
With the Independence Day, July 4th at hand it seems appropriate to put on hold talk about the Big Four: stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities. Instead, this week I would like to suggest a handful of movies to watch before or after any planned picnic or fireworks to watch.
“People are what they believe” – Anton Chekhov
This ranch is better than most I’ve seen where rations are a mighty lean.
We’re gettin’ oats and real good forage, better than stuff from year old storage.
Well, stayin’ in this corral, I’d say, is what I’d rather do today.
Then spend it with a dude, of course, who’s probably never rode a horse.