What mischievous pranks did your grandfather take part in at school when he was just a lad? Or save some of those memories for your children and share about your own spirited shenanigans! Continue reading “Childhood Mischief”
“Gary, I have a favor to ask you.”
Now, I would have done almost anything for Claude. He was that kind of friend. He had invested lots of time into training me and I trusted him. He would not to ask me to do anything illegal, immoral or (so I thought at the time) dangerous.
Did your grandparents have a favorite tale about school? Did your parents find themselves in the principal’s office? Or do you have a favorite tale from your own school memories? Share your stories here!
Doors, almost any door marked Private, Employees Only or blatantly No Trespassing were an early weakness of mine. This doesn’t mean that I went out of my way to violate each and every one, but where I had to accomplish something or was extremely curious, I was subject to this character flaw.
There’s just something endearing about venturing into the private world of intriguing places, especially when it is off limits… Continue reading “Adventures in Trespassing”
I awoke very early and listened carefully. Was anyone awake? It was early Saturday morning, early fall and suddenly I could hear the furnace firing up, a sharp, small but clear explosion followed by the spinning up of the blower before settling down to only a quiet background hum, but no evidence of consciousness. The adventure awaited me, calling gently for my prompt attention. Keenly listening for anyone else, I pushed back my covers and crept into the night.
The month of October offers so many opportunities to write about “a few of our favorite things!” With the smell of wood burning and the sound of crackling fires, it reminds me of home and stories that I would share with my daughter. There’s just something magical about this time of year! Continue reading “October Themes”
I dug out an eye dropper and dad’s bottle of Wild Turkey and gave my mantel a few drops of bourbon. . .
Another sweet tale from Gary A. Wilson. This time he shares a story about his beloved pet that he found on “the wild side.” Come read about the mischievous adventures of a boy and his furry forest friend. Continue reading “A Pet From the Wild”
What is your favorite fall memory? Did your ancestors have to harvest? What is your fall story? Continue reading “Fall Stories”
Finally one honest soul stopped by and asked if that gal had indeed given me a brownie. “Yes, why?”
“They were laced with marijuana.”
Follow the crazy misadventures of Gary A. Wilson as he maneuvers work responsibilities and outrageous antics when he lands his first real job! Continue reading “First Professional Job”