Columnist: ‘Fresh horses’ and a feeling of rest

Published 12:00 am Monday, October 3, 2016

“Fresh horses.” What does that mean to you?

For me, an example is when I work really hard, go to a business conference that is a must and, by the time it is over, I feel very rested.

I just got back from the Dave Ramsey yearly program in Nashville. I never get tired of that town. The weather was beautiful, the food was great, and we heard a lot of people with talent singing their hearts out for tips.

If you have never been to Nashville on Broadway, it is a great trip. On the way back, we must have made a wrong turn, because we ended up in Pigeon Forge and Louise got some shopping in to make sure she had fresh horses, also. Something about new shops makes a woman smile.

With the coming weeks, I hope you and your family get out and find fresh horses. I promise the little things will not be as big a problem the next day.

The picture is with Chris Hogan. He had a No. 1 best-selling book, “Retire Inspired,” last year. It is a really great read and you will never know who you will run into.

Chris Hogan, left, and Jerry Johnson. Hogan, left, and Jerry Johnson.

Jerry Johnson

Contributing columnist

Jerry Johnson is president of First Realty of LaGrange.