Well folks, I had such a great visit with Erma Hudson that I am still enjoying the afterglow. When my niece Jane was here, I was recovering from my five days in the hospital, but we had a great time without doing much gadding about. But when Erma came I was feeling much friskier and we did some fun things.
The thing I possibly enjoyed most was our trip to the Dallas Living Bible Museum at 500 Park Lane. I tell you the address in case any of you want to follow up on it, come over and see for yourself.
Ruston is properly positioning itself to capitalize on the coming wave of economic globalization. I know this sounds like gobbledygook, but it really isn’t.
This past Sunday morning I watched a televised interview of four Chief Executive Officers of American based companies that are major players in the global economy. That is, they are American corporations operating in foreign countries where a significant percentage of their revenues are derived outside of the USA. The companies represented were IBM, Alcoa, Google, and Coca Cola. I encourage you to read more at www.cnn.com/gps.
I’ve got it made, folks. It’s like having two homes about 20 minutes apart. In fact, I’ve made a decision. Life is too busy — I gotta calm it down a bit. Had lunch with friends, went home, wrote a lesson assignment for scribblers, washed clothes and realized it was early evening. I barely had time to get ready to be picked up for the weekly Circle of Friends group meeting at Dicky’s Barbecue.