When I was a small boy, my military minded father insisted on scrubbing me with Lava soap. Lava was a perfect name, because the soap had rocks embedded in it.
Lava could remove grease and grime and even skin and bones if you kept scrubbing. It was like sandpaper for humans.
HOWEVER! When the scrubbing was over and I rinsed off I felt like a new person. Refreshed. “Spic and span.” Uber-clean. Occasionally my soul needs a cleaning like that.
Happy Lighten Up Monday! A funny memory with my good friend, David Ring – we were going through customs in Canada and you know how I feel about airport security! Enjoy!
It’s Lighten Up Monday! Time for a smile or two to start the week. Question: What happens when you mix grandchildren, a 2000 lb. cow, and a drive across Kansas in the middle of the night? Answer: A miracle!
Today’s Lighten Up Monday clip comes from Ken’s DVD, Under the Influence!
You made it to another Lighten Up Monday! One of the reasons I love my wife Diane so much is that she makes me laugh, she doesn’t even have to try. A short vacation, a defrosted refrigerator and a spoiled carton of milk led to this episode…
This clip was taken from I’m Not Ok – for more info or to purchase, click here!
My Yearbook Picture
Not long ago, I found my high school yearbook. It was like looking at a snapshot of life as it was over 50 years ago.
As I glanced through the pictures, I realized that life as I knew it back then changed instantly the day I touched my diploma.
All those classmates I had lived to impress, all those friends who promised to keep in touch, disappeared.
Life as I knew it changed overnight.