Monday, January 25, 2016

Good Fellas

Throwback Amurican Boyz

The good thing is we didn't lose power.  Another good thing is that late Saturday afternoon these three guys (aged 5-7 and 9) from down the street came over, un-asked, and cut us a path to the street.  Snowed all night, but their pathway was a piece of cake to finish next day. 


Sonoboy said...

Rodger, how does the snow impact your solar cell system?

Juice said...

Sweet story.
Someone is raising those boy up with humility, hard work, and dedication. Did you offer to reward them?

Anonymous said...

Didja give 'em a sawbuck? ...or some cookies 'n' hot chocolate?

If so, that's *illegal* in Christie's NewJersey. [and The Way of A Civilized World everywhere else...]

just sayin...


Esteve said...

My Florida grand kids all went to Maryland with mom and dad for the March for Life. Didn't make it to DC for the march but at least got to play in the snow for the first time with the MD grand kids.

Anonymous said...

That's refreshing to see, esp. after what I saw in my neighborhood. A neighbor has two boys, about 10 and 13, and I watched dad shovel out the driveway, while the boys stood around and played in the snow, in order to take the boys somewhere they wanted to go.
Had to bite my tongue.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Anonymous said...

Tailgunner, that last one is the fault of the father, not just the kids.

No question that the kids should have at least pitched in (unasked) but since the boys wanted to go someplace the father should have put his foot down and told them that as a condition to his taking them wherever it was they wanted they had to help.

Anonymous said...

Ken Codner

I too am anxious to know if or how the snow affected your solar panels.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Ken, we won't know until we get the bill for that period.

Rodger the Real King of France said...


I gave each one a shiny quarter and some cocoa

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