Tenacious Tuesday June 16 2020

We were out this weekend riding the motorcycle when we pulled up to this sign. It said “Watch for Children!”. We both agreed that it sounded like a fair trade.

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“I have found the best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it.” – Harry S. Truman

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One thought on “Tenacious Tuesday June 16 2020

  1. I’ve always loved this poem by Ogden Nash ( thinking of children) In between the route marks And the shaving rhymes, Black and yellow markers Comment on the times. All along the highway Hear the signs discourse:

    MEN S L O W WORKING ; SADDLE C R O S S I N G HORSE .

    Cryptic crossroad preachers Proffer good advice,

    Helping wary drivers Keep out of Paradise.

    Transcontinental sermons, Transcendental talk:

    SOFT C A U T I O N SHOULDERS ; CROSS C H I L D R E N WALK .

    Wisest of their proverbs, Truest of their talk, Have I found that dictum:

    CROSS C H I L D R E N WALK .

    When Adam took the highway, He left his sons a guide:

    CROSS C H I L D R E N WALK ; CHEERFUL C H I L D R E N RIDE .

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