Slow day. It certainly seemed that way for that “other paper” that arrives from the sprawling, asphalt and concrete metropolis across the river to the south.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
Today, gentle reader, I’m just flying on a whim or whatever travels across the brain synapse into my fingers and onto the keyboard. Bear with this old bear.
I’ve had three terrific mothers (I guess ol’ dad, kept trying for perfection) and, along the way, an amazing mother-in-law.
Enough has been written about our town’s terrific Relay For Life event held this past weekend at Lions Town and Country Park.
Fun while fighting. And that is exactly what Maderans from the north, south, east and west of our city will be doing starting tomorrow at Lions Town and Country Park.
But first, if any of the many Giants fans attend a game at AT&T Park please let me know whether the Barry Bonds plaque marking his 756th homer that was on the leftfield wall has been replaced.
This week, 45 years ago, this young teenager was ordered to report to his CO (Commanding Officer) at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.