Posts by Neil Joiner:
“This didn’t seem like the right year to aim at low aspirations so I’m looking upward instead.”
It’s amazing how much debris can accumulate in a gutter over fifteen years. Until the first Saturday in April, I don’t think we had cleaned out our gutters since they were installed. The coronavirus pandemic has necessitated most of us spend more time at home, so I’m catching up on some overdue maintenance. Confinement of any type […]
“I’ve learned more from that man than anyone on this earth.”
A pack of fleet footed runners were chasing Mike Chason in the spring of 1973, but his tenacity proved too much. He won the gold at the intramural cross-country race at Valdosta State College. Track coach Dave Waples was so impressed he offered Mike the first ever cross-country scholarship for VSC. The college didn’t have […]
On the job with his fellow truckers he talked about Jesus, sometimes in more detail than they wanted to hear.