A note on my personal info, I no longer am employed by the world's largest retailer as of Wednesday. I have instead seized the opportunity to work for the world's largest home improvement center (I think). This does not mean I will be cheering for the bright orange car and the kid driving it on Sundays. I am a loyal 24 fan and will stay that way until he retires.
On to some silly things.
I went to a craft show last weekend to hawk my Watkins Products. While talking to a widow lady (don't go there) the subject of new friends came up. We chatted and she told me about her new friends. I then told her about mine.
First there was the new friend I met while learning to cook, George Foreman. Of course every body who has met George has met "his" good friend, Mic Row Wave. Now between these to friends I can cook nearly any dish out there. Well at least a lot of dishes anyway, We all know home cooking is wonderful. But, one needs to eat out once in a while and go some place difference. That brings to my new friend Maggie Gellan. Maggie Gellan is a petite little one. She's actually is so small she can sit on the dashboard of my car! Once I let Maggie know where I want to go Maggie tells me 2 miles, .5, miles and then about 100 feet before I need to make a turn. Maggie even knows where an ATM is in case I need money. It took me a while to get use to her somewhat electronic voice but Maggie didn't miss a turn on my trip to Fayetteville NC on Wednesday. After visiting my soldier sons, Jacob by birth right and Kody, by "hillbilly adoption" I look forward to Maggie getting me back to Ohio on Saturday. Then Mic and George will probably help me cook a meal.
Friends are not hard to come by in this world. One only has to look around and have a little imagination. I'm curious, Do you have any friends like George, Maggie or Mic Row Wave
Have a GREAT weekend and God Bless America!