I was born on my very own birthday in the fifth decade of the 20th century. It is now the second decade of the 21st century. I have less birthdays left than at any time in the past. I don't know just how many there are, but I plan to use them all.
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Beldon and Janie King were share croppers. We moved to another farm when there was the hope for a better share of the crop. That was almost once a year for my first seven years.
Church was a vital and formative influence in my life. Church life became a life-long calling. I still like to support church leaders.
Two families helped me to become who I am--the one I grew up in and the one I helped to form. My wife of 50 years and I have two sons and six grand children. We have one great-grandchild and a small terrier who thinks she's a people!
My call during this phase of my life is to learn more about being a servant. I have a special interest in families and care providers who face the challenges of long-term care, terminal illness, loss, and grief.
There's a guy that lives over in the Oconee River swamp at Dublin who claims he is my twin cousin. He says his name is Jazz Mo DooVallYay. He tells what sounds like a storyTALE about how he got that name and how he came to be my twin cousin.
The three most important skills in communication are: (1) listening, (2) listening, and (3) listening. Yes, there are others, but we should get a handle on these first three first!
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