Quite simply, I got a message from my son last night that said, “Don’t quit Facebook.” So I am going to have to modify how I am going to do this.
I am moving over to my website, scotirish.org, exclusively beginning this coming Friday. We have been down this road before but as I enter this year I need to discard the old and search for something completely new, and believe me, it is not on Facebook. On March 1, 1978, I began a new chapter … More Moving on March 1st
This site is still under construction as you may have heard. Today, we are starting all over again. And I suppose the first thing I need to tell you is that I like Rock and Roll and Rhythm and Blues and about most musical genres to tell you the truth. You will see that interspersed … More Starting All Over Again
Ever Since the Chicago Cubs mortgaged their future for what they thought was their immediate gain they have continue to auction off the best they had to offer and fallen victim every time. D J LaMaheiu went on to stardom with the Colorado Rockies and Josh Donaldson went on to star for several … More The Lou Brock Syndrome
via Time For That 2nd Cup of Coffee
Time to straighten that Crown and remember I am a child of the King. One more thing He gave me the keys to the Kingdom, Resist The Devil, pretty much, those are my marching orders for the day.
via July 31st
Seeing the post about the Old Joint brought back ‘the hell years’ of my life. One doesn’t really want to dwell to much on the past, not that past. I could relive it in living color but what would that serve me. Word Press is doing something tomorrow, August 1st, that is going to prohibit … More July 31st
I read briefly tonight an article about not being afraid to make mistakes. Who me, make mistakes?? Or afraid to make mistakes. I was working up in Winnetka, Illinois at the Congregational Church. The very same Congregational Church that rented out their parking lot as a staging area for the making of the first Home … More Navigating without a compass