The old gray Wolf has more to be thankful for than words can express. Though being retired for over six years would be a good place to start!
We started this Blog shortly after we retired and for about five years we posted almost daily on LiveJournal and later Bonzer Wolf Today™. But as regular readers know, that pace was considerably slowed in 2014. It will end on December 31, 2014.
I could use the excuse that I’m fed up with Squarespace and Dyn (which is true) and neither is going to see another dime from me (which is also true). But the truth be told, I’m done with Blogging. I don’t want to do it anymore. Those of you that know me, know when I’m in , I’m all in but when I’m done, I’m done. See officiating high school sports and playing Texas Holdem for details. It’s time to move on to new adventures. Can you say BRP CanAm Spyder?
That being said, Bonzer Wolf™ is not leaving the world wide web.
We have almost 7,000 followers on Twitter and hundreds of Facebook friends. If you don’t have a Facebook or Twitter account (I commend you for maintaining your privacy) you can see my posts and access the informational links from my original blog site: http://bonzerwolf.livejournal.com
We will also keep the rights to http://www.bonzerwolf.com which may rise from the ashes in some unknown form in the future.
We also have a Bonzer Wolf WordPress blog page and plan on posting some our more useful BW Today archived posts on LEOSA, CHL and a few other select topics. More on that later.
I highly recommend you email Jeff Pittman and ask him to put you on his Friday Newsletter mailing list: email@example.com
Jeff does an excellent job of keeping us informed of Second Amendment civil rights news and information.
We will be making a few more posts over the next few weeks so check back with us in December. In the meantime, have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
I’m Thankful for You
Thanksgiving is the appointed time
for focusing on the good in our lives.
In each of our days,
we can find small blessings,
but too often we overlook them,
choosing instead to spend our time
paying attention to problems.
We give our energy
to those who cause us trouble
instead of those who bring peace.
let’s be on the lookout
for the bits of pleasure in each hour,
and appreciate the people who
bring love and light to everyone
who is blessed to know them.
You are one of those people.
I’m thankful for you.
By Joanna Fuchs