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Sunday, February 23, 2014

mY clUb . . .?

Y'all must be plum silly to continue tuning in to me! I think I'll start a club. There was The Mickey Mouse club, that I watched very day after school at my Grandma's house. I sure enjoyed it, way back then. What should I call my club?

Welcome to my "Dreams."

Silliness Prevails!

Out Of Order!

Hit Me!


Looney Tooney!

Your Kiddin'!

I'm Flying High!

Hello . . . It's Me!

Write Something, Say Nothing!

I Do Try!

I'm Touched!


I'm Still, A Standin'!

Lackey's Forever!

I'm A Draggin'!

My Last Chapter . . .!

Just Another Day!

Plain Ol' Me!

Feels So Right!

Imagination, Is Free!


My Body, My Mind, My Soul, I Give To You!

Heere's Glenny!

Forever . . . Young!

Many of you have been with me since the beginning of my ??? I've given you many choices for my club name. If you have others that you would like to suggest, please feel free. . I want for you to pick the most appropriate one, that fits ME!

Many times I think about hangin" this writing quest of mine up! But then . . .  BUT THEN!  I SAY . . . BUT . . .  THEN!!!   I get a comment from you! It warms the cockles of an old man's heart!!! By the way what is a cockle?  Hey now let's look it up.

COCKLE is the common name for a group of (mostly) small, edible, salt water clams, marine bivalve molluscs in the family Cardiidee.    ( Huh?)

COCKLES OF THE HEART definition. The core of ones being-usually used in the phrase, warm the cockles of my heart.   (Ah! Ain't that sweet?)

Just now I looked up on Glenview to see what post has had the most hits. it was Lackey's! Second was Snake Oil Pitch. Blew me away! I could not remember a writin' them and I find that kinda funny, but then I've worked on over 700 and posted over 600. I want to know why those have so many? Above and beyond all the others! Damn, if I know!!!

I truly love taking a word and seeing where it takes my mind, that's the case with Lackeys, as for Snake Oil Pitch, it's a take off on the old Medicine Man Salesmen we've all seen in westerns.


  1. Good morning Professor. I have actually eaten those "cockles" the first ones you describe. A neighbor who was from Ireland would always bring some back when they would go visit their home country. They are quite delicious.

    I'm going to have to think on this a bit. Hmmm which name fits you the most? I don't know. I will have to get back to you, and get back I will because I am one of your biggest fans dear friend !!

  2. I been a thinkin', ah oh! My nickname at work once was Glen Bob. Seems appropriate now. Glen Bob's Club!