By Del Duduit Ah, Fall is here. This time of the year is my favorite. There is a crisp feel in the mornings, which makes the coffee taste a little better sitting out on my patio. I live in Southern Ohio and am surrounded by trees. Within a few weeks, God will take his paintbrush… Continue reading Fall is a Time For “Choices”
By Del Duduit Who doesn’t love a good gift? Just in case anyone wants to give me one, I will be celebrating my birthday in a few weeks – gift cards are always welcome. Let's see, I like Longhorn, Olive Garden, Toro Loco and of course, Amazon! Most of the time, when you receive a… Continue reading Start STOPping Today
By Del Duduit I rise to my feet when our National Anthem is played. Sadly, some players in the National Football League do not. The first amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees freedom of speech to us as citizens. That includes the freedom to demonstrate and protest. I get it. However, I don't understand protesting the very… Continue reading Stand for our National Anthem
By Del Duduit It’s that time of the year again. It’s time for many grown men, and a lot of women, to disappear on Monday nights, Thursday nights and all day Sunday. It’s a bizarre phenomenon which takes place each fall and runs into early February. It can transform a quiet and subdued person into… Continue reading Are You Ready For Some Football?
By Del Duduit There are many facts in life I find hard to believe – yet they are true. For instance. I am an Elvis fan, but did you know he was a natural blond? It's a fact. Were you aware dead people are able to get goosebumps? Yes, they can. This is amusing, but… Continue reading I Didn’t Know That
By Del Duduit Little Braxton was dead. The three-year-old son of Seth and Dawn Smith had accidentally drowned in the family swimming pool July 8. When he was pulled from the water, he wasn’t breathing, and no pulse could be found. A 9-1-1 call was made, and Dawn started praying amidst the chaos. Seth was… Continue reading “Hi, Braxton, Go Home”
By Del Duduit This weekend was a whirlwind for me. I did a lot of traveling, but I had a great time working on an exciting project. It all started last Thursday when Angie and I went to Huntington, WV to hear President Trump speak to about 10,000 Bible-clinging, gun-toting, flag-waving deplorables. Then it was… Continue reading Surround Yourself with Good People
By Del Duduit What a week Andrew McCutchen had. The center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates went 7-21 with six hits and five home runs in only seven days. He drove in nine RBIs and posted a .286 average. On Sunday in San Diego, he blasted three home runs and went 3-3 at the plate.… Continue reading I’ll Take “Cutch” on my Team Any Day
By Del Duduit Clayton Kershaw and I have a lot in common. I found out some interesting facts about the seven-time MLB All-Star and three-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher recently when his Los Angeles Dodgers visited Ohio during a road trip to Cleveland and Cincinnati. His favorite meal is fajitas. So is mine. I offered… Continue reading What are the Odds?
By Del Duduit Jason Meade is a tough guy. He was a United States Marine for eight years and saw action in Iraq in 2005. He works on a S.W.A.T Team for the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and is on a U.S. Marshall task force. He loves catching bad guys and putting them in jail.… Continue reading Kick the Crap out of the Bad Guys