But is he barefoot?
One time I was standing 6 miles tall.
Why when I was young (dirt hadn’t yet been invented), we had to SWIM to school and then grow legs!
When I was a kid, it was only a half mile to school. The problem is we had to go home for lunch.
It was a Catholic School and every morning before class we went to mass. So on First Friday, we went to mass received communion, came home, had breakfast went to school back home for lunch then back to school and then home again after classes.
Most of the kids were physically fit in spite of the fact we did not have gym or even reces
Wuss.. Snow is only up to his knees.
It’s supposed to be snowing and in the dark.
He must live in the Ozarks.
He should be smiling. The phrase always ends with, “And we liked it that way!“
Exercise like snowbody’s watching.
I had it pretty good. We lived about 20 miles out of town and we had a car pool with other high school families. One of the families lived quite a lot farther away and on our way home their dad would occasionally land his small plane on the highway in front of us and pick his kids up instead of meeting us with his car.
I can identify with the comic but my father lived in Iowa so no up hill both ways. On the other hand, I had to walk a mile down hill on the side of a road that was always frost-heaved (crunched a lot) and it (seemed like) was always -12 °C (10°F). Except in the late spring when it was 90°F.
Is that after he fed the chickens, slopped the hogs and milked the cows?
i googled it…between 5th and 8th grade had to walk 1.6 miles to school in Providence, RI, but it was not uphill
…and home for lunch!
with a hot potato in each pocket to keep my hands warm… which we then ate for lunch..
Rode the bus for years.
Grandmas had to do it wearing skirts.
My mother grew up in Montana. She said they never had snow days. I said “well your father had a bobsled.”
July 17, 2015