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Thoughts from Kelln

HOF

Posted on January 27, 2022
      What a joke!  The baseball hall of fame announced their latest voting results.  Big Papi gets in on 1st ballot.  Bonds & Clemens are left off.  Let’s be real.  There were very few clean players for several decades in the majors.  Yet Bonds & Clemens are named in reports.  Big Papi, named but well, maybe he shouldn’t have been named so……  Okay fine.         Curt Schilling didn’t make it in

Meat Loaf

Posted on January 24, 2022
      I’m not a fan of meat loaf for dinner.  However, I do like the scene in the movie Old School of Will Ferrell yelling “Ma!  The meat loaf!”        But I actually like Meat Loaf.  The singer that is.  He’s made this blog at least a couple of times.  I remember listing Meat Loaf and Lita Ford as one of the top rock duets of all time.  And I know

National Treasure

Posted on January 20, 2022
      As I make my daily 18 mile drive to Shattuck at 6:07ish am, I listen to a mind numbing channel called “The Sports Animal”.  I almost never learn anything yet, I still tune in.  The morning animals rattle on mostly about the u of o football team and whine about how bad the Thunder suck.  But they do list celebrity birthdays.  And they will discuss the accomplishments of these celebrities–best movie, song,

Wicked Wandom

Posted on January 19, 2022
     I apologize for writing that title in hairlip.  I’m drawing a blank as to what to write and that is what came out.  If I offended anybody, please go elsewhere to read worthless info.          I didn’t have time, so I made time, to haul a crew to the Seiling FFA welders rodeo.  I wasn’t thrilled about the timing of it but I will support other ag teachers that are trying

Quote

Posted on January 13, 2022
“Makes me realize…..what I didn’t realize.     Probably.” Maybe the newest, possibly my favorite quote.  Go watch “All Madden” on espn+.   Very well made.  They had made this show and then let him watch it….while they were filming him watch it.  How cool would it have been, to be there, watching him watch a show about him?

Advice

Posted on January 10, 2022
     I had a full slate of activities planned for Sunday.  Go to mass and get some religion.  I need all of the help that I can get.  Leave there and cruise over by Woodward and handle a set of lambs.  The family had sheared sheep on Saturday and I needed to get my hands on them to see if we needed to make changes.  Nothing like a set of sheep that has 2

Disclaimer

Posted on January 3, 2022
STOP!!!      If you are sensitive, have an aversion to un-nerving stories (true or un-true), cheer for a liberal university (sooners, longhorns or most Cali schools), vote democrat or have socialist thoughts, or you have morals and just don’t need to be dumber after reading some stuff–then please, do NOT read any further.  Stop!!  Please.   This story may be true, partially true and/or completely made up.  One or more of the people involved in

Mount Rushmore

Posted on January 1, 2022
      This was a post that I was going to wait until January 17, 2022 to post.  But, here it is.  Too quick.   On Christmas Night, Kela, Duke, Tammy and I were cooking and making things.  We were playing music and discussing random trivia.  The kids were trying to show me how to operate Spotify.          The topic of women in entertainment came up.  I made the statement, “If there

Flashbacks

Posted on December 29, 2021
        This time of year causes me to have flashbacks.  It is the time of year for the Arizona National Livestock Show.  By far, my favorite stock show.  Why?  Fun.  Lots of fun showing, spending time with kids, eating, fun with friends, fun.  It isn’t the drive there or worse, the drive home, that I enjoy.  Simply, I’ve had a lot of fun in Phoenix over the years.  I didn’t cancel my

Tis the Season

Posted on December 24, 2021
     Got a couple of does here that belong to students.  They came into heat yesterday and today so I let a couple of these young bucks see some live action.         We’ve got both kids home for a few days.  Tammy and I now feel like we have successfully raised a pair of adults.  One is 31 and the other is 21.  A true sign of success is that we use

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