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.