By Rayford Pullen
Here we are, when fall ends and winter begins. Short days and long nights, feeding cattle and cold weather is what this time of year means to me, along with families gathering to celebrate the birth of Christ and cherishing our family and friends, which is what makes life good. Let’s enjoy.
This old world seems to get a little “squirrelier“ every day, but living in the country, or at least in rural America, provides a little insulation from all this nonsense, thank goodness.
I just stop and imagine what all those folks would think or do if they walked into the grocery store and the shelves were bare. That would surely make folks stop and think what is really important in this ole world.
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