- Jim Goldsworthy - Anything and Everything
And if you like, you can play in the mud
The umpire — actually, he was the arbitrator — called “One hand!” and I thought, “Wait a minute. I know darn well the outfielder (sorry, the long fielder) caught that ball with two hands.”
We have been there, and we have seen it
Capt. Gary and I were just discussing the fact that we had been at Little Round Top for two days without hearing so much as one dumb question. (i.e.: Why were so many people killed when they had all these stone monuments to hide behind?)
They’re people, just like everyone else
Little kids are among the reasons Capt. Gary and First Sgt. Goldy go to Little Round Top at Gettysburg to do “living history” in the role of Union soldiers.
You think it’s hot? Try this on for size
Paul Barnett was on the links with Digger Merritt, Mother Martin and me (all of us being members of The Famous Company of Myrtle Beach Golfers) when he got tired of our griping.
It can happen when you least expect it
It’s Tuesday as I write this, and I did not get up in the best mood this morning. Why, I have no idea, because I was in a relatively good humor when I went to bed last night.
They’re getting just what they deserve
Two friends of mine will have become married by the time you read this.
What are you doing in there, young (wo)man?
There are certain areas in which men and women are unlikely to achieve agreement, let alone understanding.
Mystery meat was no mystery to these guys
I read in the paper that the Allegany County Board of Education has proposed to raise the cost of school lunches by 5 cents to $2.20 in elementary schools and $2.40 for middle and high schools.
Is this the tree on which money grows?
During a bus trip with the Mountainside Marine Detachment to the air and space museum near Washington, we stopped in Hagerstown to eat breakfast.
There are some things you don’t ask a man
Never ask a veteran what he did in the war. If he wishes to tell you, he will ... and he may, after enough time has passed, and he decides there are things someone else ought to know.
- More Jim Goldsworthy - Anything and Everything Headlines
- And if you like, you can play in the mud