When my boys were out of college, I told them that they shouldn’t worry about making mistakes in life. It happens, and I’d probably made more mistakes than they ever could. A year later, I thought it best to tell them I hadn’t meant to imply that it was a contest.
How the devil did a retired veterinarian and microbiologist come to writing a book? The following Power Point file explains. Click well below the name. Retirement II
I had to memorize this in an English class 52 years ago. I came upon it again recently–like meeting an old friend with a good sense of humor. “On his death bed poor Lubin lies: His spouse is in despair. With frequent sobs and mutual cries They both express their care. A different cause, says […]
Chapter 1, parts 1 and 2 are available on my website (www.garyfjones.com). Go to the menu, hover over “Books” and boxes for Chapter 1, part 1 and Chapter 1, part 2 will appear.
I’ll be putting 5 to 7 pages of Doc’s Codicil in the blog once a week until the book is released for sale. The free material will cover Chapters 1 to 4 and the first few pages of Chapter 5. I hope you enjoy the book, Gary
Chapter 1 Codicil: a document that amends a previously executed will. The Heirs’ Story Rockburg, Northern Wisconsin, September 2013 Al finished tying his tie and looked at himself in the mirror. A halo of wispy, white hair edged his shining pate; his back was stooped; and his face lined and creased. You’re kind of an […]
My wife planted eggplant in her garden a few years ago. She’d never planted it before. I dutifully mulched the soil on either side of the row she planted with about 4 inches of grass clippings, and we waited. A few weeks later I became suspicious of the seedlings we’d produced and paid more attention […]