Hard-won and universal wisdom from the ranch for those folks gittin’ up in years.
Judge Roy English has probably seen or heard it all in his courtroom. And now that he is retired and getting a little older, his country wisdom appeals to all who’ve had a few “senior moments” or who refuse to just sit back and grow old gracefully.
- “Don’t spread your blanket where a cat’s been diggin’.”
- “It don’t take a very big man to carry a grudge.”
- “Every path has some puddles.”
- “When I am an old coot I will go to the Dairy Queen and dip my dentures in the hot fudge when the waitress isn’t looking.”
Roy English is the author of several Western humor titles. In his former lives, he was a state legislator and a court judge. He lives in Texas.