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Art Fettig's Monday
In this Issue
It is hard for me to remember back to when I wasn't writing. And harder yet is the thought of going through a whole week without turning out something on my computer. I'm forever working on books and booklets, knocking out something new or at least a different approach to something old. When I get rolling on a new idea I can feel the blood rushing to my brain and I can often go for weeks with daily inspirations. My 86th birthday is coming up on July 5th and I can still remember going to a printer and having business cards made that read, "Art Fettig, Freelance Writer". What a brave and wonderful declaration. That was back in 1961.
I believe that business cards are a good idea...making a printed declaration to the whole world that you are serious about your hobby and ready to buckle down to the hard work of making your dream come true.
Right this moment I have to finish this thing because it is time for me to drive over to the Sportsplex and exercise some of my other muscles. I do believe though that I exercised the most important ones writing this article. Why don't you give this mental exercising a trial? Stretch your imagination. Exercise your body, exercise your mind and one day a week exercise your prerogative to not exercise at all.
I'd love to hear what you think. Please leave your comments on my blog.
Say Something Good
I pulled over on Churton Street here in Hillsborough and bought a melon from a guy at his Fresh Produce stand. I asked him how much his tomatoes were. He said $1.99 a pound. I said "I can remember when I lived outside Detroit and took my wife and two young children out to a farm nearby. We picked a bushel full of ripe tomatoes and then the lady who took the money said, "You can fill it up as high as you can pile it." We must have very carefully piled another half a bushel on and then she said, "That's a dollar."
Then I said to that man at the stand, "That proves I'm old." And he got that liar's look on his face and said gently, "Oh no, you aren't old."
I said to him, "Listen friend, it has taken me eighty five years to convince myself that I am old. Don't you go lyin' and mess me up." I love to visit these outdoor stands. There is always a good listener there ready to take my money for really good products. May God Bless America and bring us world peace.
Points To Ponder
I often think in music. Albert Einstein
A Little Humor
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