Merry Christmas with Uncle Clint

By Dusty Shelf–Guest Columnist Christmas 2020 is almost here. It brings back memories of my Uncle Clint rolling around the front yard after a half dozen beers and a few shots. Oh and his wife’s boyfriend of the minute showed up for his Christmas present. All after his wife at the time (they changed everyContinue reading “Merry Christmas with Uncle Clint”

Home Country– The Tale of a Romantic Flop

By Slim Randles– Guest Columnist When it comes to romantic flops, it’s hard to beat ol’ Dud. He and Anita have been married for about five years now, but sometimes we question why she puts up with him. He has all the courtship skills of a flea collar.“Dud Campbell,” Anita said the other night, “whatContinue reading “Home Country– The Tale of a Romantic Flop”

Christmas Traditions from Around the World

By John Clise Christmas is just a few days away here in the United States. Other countries celebrate this day at different times of the year than we do. Christmas always brings fond memories to me of childhood and early years with my mom, dad, and sister. We were fairly traditional when it came toContinue reading “Christmas Traditions from Around the World”

Listening to Wings with Mom and My sister

By John Clise I remember riding around with my mama and my sister listening to this on 8 track in mama’s ’77 Pontiac Ventura. We would sing and laugh. It was one of the greatest times I remember with my ma. We didn’t hardly have a pot to piss in, but we had this 8Continue reading “Listening to Wings with Mom and My sister”