Cranks My Tractor

Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 09:35 AM.

Another lesson was having the ability and taking the time to be prepared.  Mrs. Johnson may have seemed to be “running around and going wild.”  However, in the process, she saw a lot of other people and things going on that she was willing to keep to herself until folks turned on her.  So, be like Mrs. Johnson and take a lot of notes – you never can tell when you’ll need to address the Harper Valley PTA.

I know most folks are asking, “What if the Harper Valley PTA is much bigger and more difficult to handle?” 

My two cents is probably worth two cents, but my approach is to get out in the open where they can see me really well.  Also, I will make sure that the sun is at my back.  That way when they hold the magnifying glass up to look at me, it will blind them with fire (ants on a summer day).

Think about that…

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