Did you ever carve your initials in a school desk? or write them on a wall to show you have been there?
What about on a wooden bridge? Maybe a tree? In my teen years boys were bad about cutting small initials into their arms or legs. Yeah I done that, faded now though.
Ever hear of Billy’s service station in Plains, Georgia? Sure you have. If it is still standing mine and
Sonny’s initials are in his bathroom. We both bought a six pack of Billy Beer while there.
Once while hiking Sherry discovered of one of the FBI’s most wanted name and initials carved on a look out tower rail. At the time he was hiding in that area of the Blue ridge mountains.
While in Albuquerque we went to a park preserved where the ancient Indians had chipped information into stone. We humans want the world to know we have been here.
When I was a kid, it was ‘Kilroy was here!"’
So where have you carved your name or initials?
Thanks for coming by the log.
John remembered sadly carving his wife’s initials and his on a tree (Shirl told me this!)
John was on his deathbed and gasped pitifully. 'Give me one last request, dear,' he said.
'Of course, John,' his wife said softly.
'Six months after I die,' he said, 'I want you to marry Bob.'
'But I thought you hated Bob,' she said.
With his last breath John said, 'I do!'
I loved this 1955 Dodge. The first year for wrap around windshields.