Memorial Day hope and humor

May 26th, 2014 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized

For most Americans, “Memorial Day” means a three-day weekend with the “Indy 500,” picnics and the opening day of summer. But for many, the memories of lost loved ones dampen spirits like rain on a parade. So, something for everyone on this holiday weekend:


I hate it when stores whore holidays!

Hope in dealing with death and grief
Grief and love are two very similar emotions—if you’re capable of love, you are capable of grief. Only a person who never loves never grieves.

Humor on the first day of summer
It’s a beautiful day in Corn Borer, Indiana, so a great day to just laze in the hammock and recycle some old columns on:
Vacations are not a vacation if . . .
Traveling the world on one tank of gas
Top ten clues a man should wear a shirt in summer
And, of course . . .
Laziness is a virtue.


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