Monthly Archives: December 2007

I never found out.

While reading the Indianapolis Star this morning,  I came across a section entitled ‘Christmas memoriams’.  It’s an area of the paper where folks can put a little  remembrance and maybe a picture of a deceased loved one. Memorial Day in May is another … Continue reading

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whenever I get to wondering…..

16 years ago, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and elected to have the whole damn cancer surgically removed, prostate and all. Bad news: That was the end of any more little Grindstaffs. Good News: I learned not to call it a … Continue reading

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Are these worth anything?

We are currently working on our son, Jason’s bathroom and are finding ourselves amazed by the things that the old man who used to live here saved. We found these in the garage on a shelf.  He has old boxes … Continue reading

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I wonder how long it’s going to take..

before Mustapher Duke, Princess Alima and the Yahoo Lottery are going to learn that I’m not interested in claiming my winnings. I also wonder if Geraldine Kirby can really increase the size of my xxx equipment or if, in fact, … Continue reading

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A day in the life of the big city newspaper.

It has been snowing for the past couple of days and yesterday, I sat down after doing my chores and went throught the entire Saturday Indianapolis Star.   There were so many stories in there that I wanted to talk about with … Continue reading

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A Blizzard??? Run for your life.

The television is telling me that we are going to be experiencing blizzard conditions by tomorrow night. I’m glad we’re not out at our barn. We’re snug as a rug at our son, Jason’s, house in Indianapolis. Last week it … Continue reading

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Honest to God. I wouldn’t make something like that up.

I was writing a little blurb about baseball a while ago and the fact that I was a St. Louis Cardinal fan when Harry Caray was the play by play announcer. Harry’s primary sponsor in 1953  was the Griesedeick (pronounced … Continue reading

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