I was "tagged" by another blogger (my son...thanks a lot) so to be a good sport I'll play along.
What I was doing ten years ago. Pretty much the same thing I'm doing now, only with teenagers at home. It was about that time my hair turned completely gray.
Five things on my to do list for today: At 6:30PM the day's winding down. But here's what I've done/will do.
1. Pick up some shrubs and grass seed so our grounds team at church can plant and sow this week before the rain comes.
2. Have breakfast at the pier with a bunch of old guys.
3. Take our doctor of administration out for lunch. She chose Mulligan's. Andy got a veggie wrap. She got a rockfish sandwich. I ate a steak salad. And we walked there and back. (If you look at the aerial photo, it's the yellow building across the highway.)
4. Staff meeting at 2PM.
5. Lots of work on my sermon and doing some prep work for tomorrow's Great Strides walk kick off meeting.
Things I would do if I were a billionaire: Give away 90% of my income and live on 10%. My church would be the major beneficiary. And I'd have in my employ a top-notch tax attorney to keep Uncle Sam's fingers out of it as much as legally possible.
Three of my bad habits: Finding excuses not to exercise regularly; I scare everyone around me whenever I sneeze; Waiting until the last minute to get things done.
Five places I have lived Only Five? Washington, DC where I was born; Decatur, GA where I did a summer internship in 1974; Jacksonville, NC where I lived during elementary school; Harbinger, NC where I killed a vicious rooster; Ft. Belvoir, VA where dad was stationed in the late 60's.
Five jobs I have had Shoe salesman at Kinney Shoes and JC Penney; Carpenter; Painter; seafood market counter sales; motel desk clerk.
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