Six Days To Do The Manual Labor

Sunday is supposed to be the day of rest.

That seems to be have been forgotten by many. As we were growing up, our grocery store and every other business in town was closed on Sunday. Stores stayed open late Saturday night, it was farmers’ shopping day, but Sunday morning Main Street was bare.

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Maybe All Cowboys Don’t Ride Horses

All we’ve ever wanted to be is a cowboy.

Actually, lots of folks want to be cowboys. Many people even think they are cowboys, but are they really? Before we ever got a horse 48 years ago, we thought we were a cowboy, because we always wore boots, jeans, a snap-up, yoked cowboy shirt and thought about horses all of the time.

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Maybe All Cowboys Don’t Ride Horses

All we’ve ever wanted to be is a cowboy.

Actually, lots of folks want to be cowboys. Many people even think they are cowboys, but are they really? Before we ever got a horse 48 years ago, we thought we were a cowboy, because we always wore boots, jeans, a snap-up, yoked cowboy shirt and thought about horses all of the time.

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Respectable Clothing Really Is All That Important

It sure is a sloppy dressing world we live in.

That might seem like a rude statement, and many people probably consider it an unimportant subject. They might say something like: “What difference does it make what I wear? It’s my life. I can do anything I want to do.” Be it home, shopping, ball game, the horse show, a business meeting or even church, folks now wear whatever they feel like.

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