Small Town Living

I was raised in a small town and even though I now live in the “metro” area of New Orleans,  The city is actually about 60 miles away.

I still live in a rural area and my local post office is in an unincorporated community. And, yes, we have a cow crossing just a couple miles from my house. Needless to say, I like living in the country!

The website, Good Clean Funnies List  (GCFL) offers this today:

You Know You’re in a Small Town When …

  • The city limits sign is printed on both sides of the same post.
  • You plug in your electric razor in a motel and the street lights dim.
  • The town square is actually a phone booth.
  • The sheriff, the deputy, and the street cop are all the same person and can be seen on Wednesdays only.
  • The Walmart, the local grocery, and UPS all have the same telephone number.
  • The local doctor, the veterinarian (same person) still makes house calls.

Received from Steven Wells.

I hope you enjoy your day. And, I hope that you get to hear the birds sing in the daytime and the crickets sing at night!

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About Ray

Ray Waldo is a retired pastor with a passion for sharing knowledge, understanding and (if possible), wisdom with everyone he meets. Prior to his retirement, Ray served as a local pastor and teacher to five different churches in two states. He also served as a short-term missionary, teacher, and crusade speaker to groups in Mexico, Kenya, Uganda & the Democratic Republic of Congo (while Congo was still in conflict). Ray is also a widely recognized teacher, writer and public speaker. He was the top-billed speaker to groups of over 10,000 people when he visited Africa. He is currently writing two books (online) that he expects to be published within the next two years.

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