Old Patriot's Pen

Personal pontifications of an old geezer born 200 years too late.

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Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

I've been everywhere That was the title of a hit country-and-western song from the late 1950's, originally sung by Hank Snow, and made famous by Johnny Cash. I resemble that! My 26-year career in the Air Force took me to more than sixty nations on five continents - sometimes only for a few minutes, other times for as long as four years at a time. In all that travel, I also managed to find the perfect partner, help rear three children, earn more than 200 hours of college credit, write more than 3000 reports, papers, documents, pamphlets, and even a handful of novels, take about 10,000 photographs, and met a huge crowd of interesting people. I use this weblog and my personal website here to document my life, and discuss my views on subjects I find interesting.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Harbinger of good?

I woke up this morning aching in every joint in my body. My head was killing me, and I could hardly roll out of bed. This is usually a sign that a low-pressure front is moving through our area. There's no snow predicted, however, and the temperature is supposed to get up above 30F for the first time in over a week. Can my aches and pains be a sign that things are going to get BETTER? If it is, it'll be a first.


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