“You aren’t going to be able to work here anymore. You’re late this morning, and we haven’t heard from you the last two days.” The message wasn’t precisely like that. Yet, it was straight forward, as congenial as possible.
An opportunity to own a part of history is coming to Tonganoxie. “The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will have a wild horse and burro adoption at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds in June 24-25,” according to Crystal Cowan at the BLM office in Oklahoma City.
“All I’ve ever wanted to be is a cowboy.” Already, Jesse Pope, 17, has proven to be one of the best.
Oh, to relive those long gone graduation days. Attending junior high commencement exercises for the lone grandchild brought reflections of our own eighth grade graduation.
Yep, there’ll be the best meatloaf and homemade pie in the country. And, a whole lot more, too.