I have a post that I am planning to let out this weekend regarding Walter Williams column on Wednesday about laws as a modern replacement for civility and the failure it has wrought. But before I let the serious stuff go, there is a couple of fun musings that I wanted to share.
You can tell that it is supposed to be getting warmer. The boys are signed up for baseball and AllieRose is signed up for t-ball and I have volunteered to help coach again this year. With the approaching of golf season here in the great northern tundra, I was amused to run across this story about a one-eyed, one-armed man who shot a hole-in-one recently. Of course his reaction was great:
He explained: “We spent five minutes looking but didn’t want to hold up the next group so we moved on. When those behind us saw the ball in the hole. I was stunned.”
Alan, who has a handicap of 28, said: “I took up golf because it is one sport where the rules are the same if you are disabled.” And sheer guts is no handicap…
I guess I can no longer use the one-eyed depth perception problem as an excuse for my golf game. Although, I was reminded when hitting a couple of balls today, how much it helps to have another set of eyes to watch where my shots go.
On a more serious note, if you haven’t seen this post on A Dozen Sayings of Jesus That Will Change the World at Cerulean Sanctum, you should check it out. It is one of the most challenging reads I have found in a while. I am still processing it myself and may write more about it when I can say somthing more cogent than right on brother.