Friday Paddling

Before I begin I want to address my post from yesterday. As you will see it has now been removed and I would like to apologize to anyone who was offended by it. There was no intent on my behalf to be disrespectful,  but clearly it was seen by some as just that. I’m not smart enough to realize that a problem with my post was anticipated,  had I been smart enough then I never would have made it in the first place.

I’m off to Japan on Monday so I saved the draft with the goal of editing it while I was away. However,  now that I have caught up and read what I have read,  I’m not going to bother editing it,  it will go in the trash where it belongs. Again,  my unreserved apologies to anyone who was offended by my thoughts and opinions and I appreciate the feedback that was left both in person,  and anonymously.

So let’s get back to what I am good at,  finding you all rare pictures to look at. Today we visit Sumner in Washington in the year 1956. My thoughts immediately go to the Buck Owens song from the same year  “My baby works in a hot dog stand”  🙂

Right now I am about to crash through a lack of sleep,  but perhaps when I am on the plane heading to Japan I can write some alternate lyrics to the song  “Hot Dog”

Poor Margie was able to sit after the paddling,  eh? I think that there might be some literary licence being applied there,  however,  HAD the paddle with the holes in been applied then I have no doubt that Margie wouldn’t have sat comfortably for a while. This will be added to my WINDSOR’S PADDLINGS folder.