I bought this map at an antique store. It helped me remember why I’m a little weak on my eastern hemisphere geography. When I was a kid…
The Good Old Days
I’m a Sucker for Historic Signs
IIn this case I drove by it for 5 miles before curiosity took over. I did a very non-dangerous U-turn on the virtually deserted Highway…
Winter. Cold. Dry skin. Chapped hands.
So, to ward off the cold, I had some comfort food – a slice of meat lovers pizza, extra cheese (okay, maybe 2 pieces). Afterwards, instead of using a napkin…
A Word is Worth 1,000 Pictures
I did a little fact checking on this- the average person (man or woman) speaks about sixteen thousand words a day- most are trivial…
Art and the Outdated
Art is creating something original or unexpected that pleases ourselves.
Here is the story of this lamp…
Aren’t We All in Essence, Our Memories?
I have managed the Funeral Planning department for 10 years. “The best part of what I do is the learning the stories and life lessons of families…
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Husband. Father. Storyteller.
Even in this modern world, the most powerful teaching device is still the story. Stories are easy to remember and have the ability to get to the subtle points of life in a way that facts and figures can’t reach.
An observer of life, Jeff Gould often notices things that can benefit and instruct, and most often they are encased in a story. Jeff is not rich or famous, and does not wish to be. He is married, with a wife, four daughters and a mortgage. He is an everyday man who has met some remarkable people and learned some things that just may be helpful to you, if you have the time to learn.
The stories are short, they are sometimes humorous, they always have a point. Because, after all, who wants to listen to a pointless story?
MEET THE MAN BEHIND THE SHOW
Music, memories and stories sprinkle the one-hour radio show. But more importantly, A Prairie Christmas reaches into the homes of listeners, invites them to cozy up with hot chocolate in-hand, and share the message of Christmas and Christmas on the prairie.
MUSIC, MEMORIES, AND STORIES
A whimsical memory of a stubborn little girl who wanted a pig for Christmas, and the help that came from an unexpected place.
The finest example of lost literary art that I have ever read, a letter written by a Civil War officer to his bride on the eve of battle.
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