If I can finish all my day's work in a day, then I am not dreaming big enough.
Paul has three older brothers and he's always sharing stories of growing up on the farm with them. Let's just say I'm amazed he's still alive. His mother worked outside the home and was largely oblivious to many of their antics. One time two of the brothers staked down the other two (hands and feet, on their backs) to see how long it would take them to get loose. It took over two hours! At one point their dad walked by them and said, "Dumb Kids!" and kept going. He's not the lovey dovey type. They built everything and when asked to shovel LONG driveway which would've taken 3-4 hours, they spent the whole day designing and building a wooden snowplow attachment for the truck (and it worked!) Have I mentioned Paul's an engineer?
Way cool pics! I love the grizzly bears at the zoos because it's the only way I want to see one that close!My brothers ALWAYS wrestled up until about age 21 so I don't know any differently!
Wow, what a cool experience! My bros usually beat each other up and then came running to me to save them. One of my fav memories is coming home from college to a very much grown Jordan and throwing him over my shoulder, just because I could. I can't do that anymore.
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